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(1)

better than the high priced spread

(2)

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.

(3)

the doc doesn't seem to agree with the behavior; what is the intended behavior? the repeat counts seem to be ignored.

(4)

This is always cell A1 in the current version, but supposedly might change in the future.

(5)

why -1?

(6)

should these be changed - emacs uses 1 for 0, 2 for 1, and 3 for 2

(7)

where is info on file formats?

(8)

what is the default

(9)

But what does this really do?

(10)

what else can go here? can I set the default font here?

(11)

This will be improved in the future.

(12)

This can be subtle - some good examples are needed

(13)

is this fixed?

(14)

this does not appear to be implemented

(15)

Should the set-user-format command check its input for validity?

(16)

what is the unit of height

(17)

is it?

(18)

example? it it `M-x set-option list ","'?

(19)

is it?

(20)

I don't understand this

(21)

nor do I understand this one

(22)

actually, this does not print correctly - ghostscript gives an error

(23)

I don't understand them

(24)

is it

(25)

what?

(26)

example?

(27)

PostScript does not work for me, and how about latex and fig output

(28)

gnuplot has 9 styles; should these be added?

(29)

this is not a good choice

(30)

does repeat count work?

(31)

does it - it should

(32)

is this correct?

(33)

isn't this C-x =?

(34)

yes it's trivial - how about something complex!

(35)

how do I make a reference to a cell?

(36)

Actually, due to a bug in version 1.5 str1 is searched for in str2.

(37)

In version 1.5 this function counts indices from 0 instead of 1 as with other string functions; this is probably a bug.

(38)

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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