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Note that the current range is given as upper-left corner to lower-right corner, even if the mark is to the lower left of the cursor (or vice versa). This is confusing.
the doc doesn't seem to agree with the behavior; what is the intended behavior? the repeat counts seem to be ignored.
This is always cell
the current version, but supposedly might change in the future.
should these be changed - emacs uses 1 for 0, 2 for 1, and 3 for 2
where is info on file formats?
what is the default
But what does this really do?
what else can go here? can I set the default font here?
This will be improved in the future.
This can be subtle - some good examples are needed
is this fixed?
this does not appear to be implemented
Should the set-user-format command check its input for validity?
what is the unit of height
example? it it `M-x set-option list ","'?
I don't understand this
nor do I understand this one
actually, this does not print correctly - ghostscript gives an error
I don't understand them
PostScript does not work for me, and how about latex and fig output
gnuplot has 9 styles; should these be added?
this is not a good choice
does repeat count work?
does it - it should
is this correct?
isn't this C-x =?
yes it's trivial - how about something complex!
how do I make a reference to a cell?
Actually, due to a bug in version 1.5 str1 is searched for in str2.
In version 1.5 this function counts indices from 0 instead of 1 as with other string functions; this is probably a bug.
An empty cell is a cell with no value; a cell with an
empty string value (
"") would match anyway, since an empty
string is a substring of an empty string.
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