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&zH	"_*4=JD& BARE Starting Point& BARE Stopping Point^R Argument Digit^R Backward Character ^R Backward Delete Character#^R Backward Delete Hacking Tabs^R Bare Search^R Beginning of Line^R Delete Character^R End of Line^R Exit^R Forward Character^R Insert CRLF^R Macro Q-Register^R Negative Argument^R Next Line^R Open Line^R Previous Line^R Quit^R Self Insert+^R Self Insert for Formatting Character^R Times Four~DIRECTORY~~DOC~ & BARE Starting Point~DOC~ & BARE Stopping Point~DOC~ ^R Argument Digit~DOC~ ^R Backward Character&~DOC~ ^R Backward Delete Character)~DOC~ ^R Backward Delete Hacking Tabs~DOC~ ^R Bare Search~DOC~ ^R Beginning of Line~DOC~ ^R Delete Character~DOC~ ^R End of Line~DOC~ ^R Exit~DOC~ ^R Forward Character~DOC~ ^R Insert CRLF~DOC~ ^R Macro Q-Register~DOC~ ^R Negative Argument~DOC~ ^R Next Line~DOC~ ^R Open Line~DOC~ ^R Previous Line~DOC~ ^R Quit~DOC~ ^R Self Insert1~DOC~ ^R Self Insert for Formatting Character~DOC~ ^R Times Four~DOC~ ~Filename~~DOC~ ~Invert~~Filename~
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0:Documentation of built-in TECO ^R command definitions.(S Placeholder for ~Invert~'s search.4^R Insert the character used to invoke this.
With an argument, insert the character that many times.
The precise operation is affected by whether Overwrite mode is in effect.`^R Insert the character used to invoke this.
Always simply inserts, even in overwrite mode.t^R Insert a CRLF.
With argument, inserts several CRLFs.
If done at the end of a line, a blank line is created.^R Exit normally from a subsystem or a level of editing.
At top level, exit from EMACS like ^R Return to Superior, which see.'^R Move point to beginning of line.p^R Move back one character.
With argument, move that many characters backward.
Negative args move forward.^R Delete character after point.
With argument, kill that many characters (saving them).
Negative args kill characters backward.!^R Move point to end of line.s^R Move forward one character.
With argument, move that many characters forward.
Negative args move backward.^R Abort execution of any command.
Discards any numeric argument, prefix characters,
or partially typed command.  Stops running commands instantly.c^R Move to beginning of next line.
With argument, moves several lines.  Negative args move up. ^R Insert a CRLF after point.
Differs from ordinary insertion in that point remains
before the inserted characters.
With argument, inserts several CRLFs.i^R Move to beginning of previous line.
With argument, moves several lines.  Negative args move down.m^R Reads character and searches for it.
Moves point to just after the next occurrence of that character.=^R Multiply the numeric arg by four for the next command.4^R Read Q-register name and execute macro there.^R Delete character before point.
With argument, kills several characters (saving them).
Negative args kill characters forward.=^R Delete character before point, turning tabs into spaces.
Rather than deleting a whole tab, the tab is converted into the appropriate
number of spaces and then one space is deleted.e^R Specify numeric argument for next command.
Several such digits typed in a row all accumulate..^R Make argument to next command negative.(S Placeholder for ~Invert~'s search.FS Convert a pointer to something defined in this file to its name.=& BARE Starting Point
^R Self Insert
^R Self Insert for Formatting Character
^R Insert CRLF
^R Exit
^R Beginning of Line
^R Backward Character
^R Delete Character
^R End of Line
^R Forward Character
^R Quit
^R Next Line
^R Open Line
^R Previous Line
^R Bare Search
^R Times Four
^R Macro Q-Register
^R Backward Delete Character
^R Backward Delete Hacking Tabs
^R Argument Digit
^R Negative Argument
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