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You can use the file name cache to make it easy to locate a
file by name, without having to remember exactly where it is located.
When typing a file name in the minibuffer, C-tab
file-cache-minibuffer-complete) completes it using the file
name cache. If you repeat C-tab, that cycles through the
possible completions of what you had originally typed. Note that the
C-tab character cannot be typed on most text-only
The file name cache does not fill up automatically. Instead, you load file names into the cache using these commands:
locateto find them all.
exec-path, whose value is a list of directory names.
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