Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of HemlockUser/BasicCommands


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    242 2.2.2 Using The Mouse 
     242=== 2.2.2 Using The Mouse === 
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    244244It can be convenient to use the mouse to point to positions in text, 
     
    305305text. 
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    307 2.3 Modification Commands 
     307== 2.3 Modification Commands == 
    308308 
    309309There is a wide variety of basic text-modification commands, but once 
    310310again the simplest ones are the most often used. 
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    312 2.3.1 Inserting Characters 
     312=== 2.3.1 Inserting Characters === 
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    314314In Hemlock, you can insert characters with graphic representations by 
     
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    390 2.3.3 Killing and Deleting 
     390=== 2.3.3 Killing and Deleting === 
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    392392Hemlock has many commands which kill text. Killing is a variety of 
     
    406406little importance, such as single characters or whitespace. 
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    408 2.3.4 Kill Ring Manipulation 
     408=== 2.3.4 Kill Ring Manipulation === 
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    410410Un-Kill         (bound to C-y)   [Command] 
     
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    511 2.3.7 Transposition Commands 
     511=== 2.3.7 Transposition Commands === 
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    513513Hemlock provides a number of transposition commands. A transposition 
     
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    602 2.4 Filtering 
     602== 2.4 Filtering == 
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    604604Filtering is a simple way to perform a fairly arbitrary transformation 
     
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    823823Another unit of text recognized by Hemlock is the page. A page is a 
    824 piece of text delimited by formfeeds (^L's.) The first non-blank line 
     824piece of text delimited by formfeeds (!^L's.) The first non-blank line 
    825825after the page marker is the page title. The page commands are quite 
    826826useful when logically distinct parts of a file are put on separate 
     
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    882 2.7 Counting Commands 
     882== 2.7 Counting Commands == 
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    884884Count Words              [Command]