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R is the register name that you choose, consisting of a single character. ... For
example, to copy the current region to a register you name 1 , use 'C-x r s 1' .
May 18, 2009 ... A simple way to deal with this is to use registers. Store your favorite window
configurations in registers, and jump to them later. This is the ...
Jul 4, 2015 ... If you assign it to a register (using 'C-x r s' ), then you can use 'C-x r i' ( 'insert-
register' ) in the minibuffer to insert it. If you assign it to a string, ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... list-register.el --- List register ;; -*- Mode: Emacs-Lisp -*- ;; $Id: list-register.el,v 2.2
2008/02/12 09:17:09 akihisa Exp $ ;; This program is free ...
May 13, 2010 ... There can only be one thing in a register at a single point of time, so why have
different keybindings for using whats in a register?
Aug 13, 2014 ... When the buffer is closed ;; or the register is saved and reloaded it is turned into a
;; file-query that is a question about whether to reopen the file ...
Mar 10, 2008 ... Hitting RET on a register's type will ;; restrict the list to registers of this type. ;; ;; Put
this file into your load-path and the following into your ...
May 18, 2009 ... You can store frame configurations in registers. Registers are referred to by a
single character, therefore, you can use register 1, 2, a, b, etc.
May 30, 2015 ... You can also do incrementing list using increment-register function. ... C-x
r n q (store the number 1 in register q) C-x ( (start macro ...
May 18, 2009 ... I think registers are not easy to use. I HATE register commands' key binding.
These commands enable us to store region into registers easily.