Hold down theCtrl key and pressg.. Remember that Ispell, like all spellcheckers, corrects only true misspellings. If a misspelling forms another word, Ispell will leave it alone. It’s up to you to changefries tofires in this passage.. Now what about buffers? Essentially, both windows and frames are ways to display a buffer, which, as defined inChapter 1, may contain a copy of a file or not. Buffers may contain files. They may be Emacs-generated buffers, like*Messages*,*scratch*, or*Help*. Or they may be buffers that you create but haven’t written to a file.. Type:M-x edit-tab-stops. [РљР°СЂС‚РёРЅРєР°: i_152.jpg]. [РљР°СЂС‚РёРЅРєР°: i_177.jpg]. (global-font-lock-mode t). The other buffer shows your script and follows along as you work through the debugger. It tracks the line you’re about to execute as you issue commands in the other buffer. It’s amazing how quickly you grow to depend on having such tools available while you’re developing scripts. It is worth trying out if you’ve never done it before.. В В ;; Your init file should contain only one such instance.. The function takes two arguments: the word to be pluralized (if necessary) and the count to be displayed (which determines whether it’s necessary).. If you want to get*,+, or? to operate on more than one character, you can use the\\( and\\) operators for grouping. Notice that, in this case (and others to follow), the backslashes are part of the operator. (All of the nonbasic regular expression operators include backslashes so as to avoid making too many characters “special.” This is the most profound way in which Emacs regular expressions differ from those used in other environments, like Perl, so it’s something to which you’ll need to pay careful attention.) As we saw before, these characters need to be double-backslash-escaped so that Emacs decodes them properly. If one of the basic operators immediately follows\\), it works on the entire group inside the\\( and\\). For example,\\(read\\)* matches the empty string, “read,” “readread,” and so on, andread\\(file\\)? matches “read” or “readfile.” Now we can handle Example 1, the first of the examples given at the beginning of this section, with the following Lisp code:. diff-switches. Your source code has a top-level directory with a name likeemacs-21.3. In this directory, you will find files calledINSTALL andREADME. ExamineREADME first; it contains useful general information as well as last-minute release notes that may be important for you to read before proceeding. Then readINSTALL, which gives step-by-step instructions for building Emacs. Even if you aren’t a Unix expert, you should be able to follow these instructions. (For convenience, we provide a procedure you can follow later in this section.). CUA mode has a few other interesting behaviors. It has highly advanced rectangle support. (Rectangle editing is described inChapter 7.) It also has the common behavior of replacing highlighted text. If you select a region and start typing, the highlighted text is replaced. Taking this one step further, you can do a quick and dirty search and replace in this way. Let’s say that the text you typed over is just the first of several identical instances where you want to replace text. TypingM-v (forcua-repeat-replace-region) replaces the next instance. Repeat this command to continue making replacements. If there is no string to replace,M-v does nothing.. h.