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Programming in Emacs Lisp

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%
% (remainder function)C.2.1 Side Trip: Compute a Remainder

(
(debug) in code17.3 debug-on-quit and (debug)

*
* (multiplication)3.1 The defun Special Form
* for read-only bufferA Read-only Buffer
`*scratch*' buffer11.1.2 An Example: print-elements-of-list

.
`.emacs' file16. Your `.emacs' File
`.emacs' file, beginning of16.3 Beginning a `.emacs' File

/
/ (division)What happens in a large buffer

<
<= (less than or equal)The parts of the function definition

>
> (greater than)if in more detail

A
Accumulate, type of recursive patternRecursive Pattern: accumulate
add-hook16.4 Text and Auto Fill Mode
andThe kill-new function
andThe let* expression
and, introducedThe kill-new function
Anonymous functionC.4.3 A lambda Expression: Useful Anonymity
append-to-buffer4.4 The Definition of append-to-buffer
applyPrinting the Columns of a Graph
aproposPrinting the Columns of a Graph
Argument as local variablePutting the function definition together
`argument' defined1.8 Arguments
`argument list' defined3.1 The defun Special Form
Argument, wrong type of1.8.4 Using the Wrong Type Object as an Argument
Arguments1.8 Arguments
Arguments' data types1.8.1 Arguments' Data Types
Arguments, variable number of1.8.3 Variable Number of Arguments
Asterisk for read-only bufferA Read-only Buffer
Auto Fill mode turned on16.4 Text and Auto Fill Mode
autoload16.10 Autoloading
Automatic mode selection16.4 Text and Auto Fill Mode
Axis, print horizontalC.3 The print-X-axis Function
Axis, print verticalC.2 The print-Y-axis Function

B
beginning-of-buffer5.3 Complete Definition of beginning-of-buffer
`bind' defined1.9 Setting the Value of a Variable
`body' defined3.1 The defun Special Form
Body of graph15. Readying a Graph
Buffer size2.4 Buffer Size and the Location of Point
Buffer, history of word2.1 Buffer Names
buffer-file-name2.1 Buffer Names
buffer-menu, bound to key16.7 Some Keybindings
buffer-name2.1 Buffer Names
Bug, most insidious typeC.4.5 Another Bug ... Most Insidious
Building robots11.3.1 Building Robots: Extending the Metaphor
Building Tags in the Emacs sourcesBuilding Tags in the Emacs sources
Byte compiling1.5.1 Byte Compiling

C
C language primitivesAn Aside about Primitive Functions
C, a digression into8.3 delete-and-extract-region: Digressing into C
`call' defined2.3 Switching Buffers
cancel-debug-on-entry17.2 debug-on-entry
car, introduced7. car, cdr, cons: Fundamental Functions
cdr, introduced7. car, cdr, cons: Fundamental Functions
Changing a function definition3.2.1 Change a Function Definition
Chest of Drawers, metaphor for a symbol9.1 Symbols as a Chest of Drawers
Clipping text8. Cutting and Storing Text
Code installation3.5 Install Code Permanently
`command' definedHow to Evaluate
Comments in Lisp code3.2.1 Change a Function Definition
Common LispLisp History
compare-windows16.7 Some Keybindings
concat1.8.1 Arguments' Data Types
cond11.3.5 Recursion Example Using cond
condition-case8.2.1 condition-case
Conditional 'twixt two versions of Emacs16.11 A Simple Extension: line-to-top-of-window
Conditional with if3.7 The if Special Form
cons, exampleThe kill-new function
cons, introduced7.2 cons
copy-region-as-kill8.5 copy-region-as-kill
copy-to-buffer5.1 The Definition of copy-to-buffer
Count words recursively13.2 Count Words Recursively
count-words-in-defun14.3 The count-words-in-defun Function
count-words-region13.1 The count-words-region Function
Counting1.9.3 Counting
Counting words in a defun14. Counting Words in a defun
Counting words in a defun14.3 The count-words-in-defun Function
current-buffer2.2 Getting Buffers
Customizing your `.emacs' file16. Your `.emacs' File
Cutting and storing text8. Cutting and Storing Text

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Data types1.8.1 Arguments' Data Types
debug17.1 debug
debug-on-entry17.2 debug-on-entry
debug-on-quit17.3 debug-on-quit and (debug)
debugging17. Debugging
default-mode-line-format16.14 A Modified Mode Line
`default.el' init file16.1 Site-wide Initialization Files
defcustom16.2 Specifying Variables using defcustom
Deferment in recursion11.3.7 Recursion without Deferments
Defermentless solution11.3.8 No Deferment Solution
Definition installation3.2 Install a Function Definition
Definition writing3. How To Write Function Definitions
Definition, how to change3.2.1 Change a Function Definition
defun3.1 The defun Special Form
defvar8.4 Initializing a Variable with defvar
defvar for a user customizable variable8.4.1 defvar and an asterisk
defvar with an asterisk8.4.1 defvar and an asterisk
delete-and-extract-region8.2.2 delete-and-extract-region
delete-and-extract-region8.3 delete-and-extract-region: Digressing into C
Deleting text8. Cutting and Storing Text
describe-function4.2 A Simplified beginning-of-buffer Definition
describe-function, introduced4.1 Finding More Information
Digression into C8.3 delete-and-extract-region: Digressing into C
directory-files14.9.2 Making a List of Files
DivisionWhat happens in a large buffer
dolistThe dolist Macro
dotimesThe dotimes Macro
Drawers, Chest of, metaphor for a symbol9.1 Symbols as a Chest of Drawers
Duplicated words functionA. The the-the Function

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