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Re: how to get list of emacs key descriptions

Walt Mankowski <waltman@netaxs.com> writes:

> On Fri, Jun 22, 2001 at 02:54:42PM -0800, Britton wrote:
> > I know for example that meta x is described as "\M-x".  How is tab
> > described, or how can I find out for a general key.  I'm not
> > seeing it in the docs.
> Emacs ships with a postscript reference card which lists most of the
> default key assignments.  On potato this file is at
> /usr/share/emacs/20.7/etc/refcard.ps
> If you want to know what a particular key sequence is assigned to,
> you can use describe-key (C-h k) then the key(s) you're interested
> in.  For example, to find out what function TAB is assigned to,
> enter C-h k TAB

Or to get a list of all key maps in the current buffer, type 
M-x describe-bindings RET which is usually mapped to f1 b.


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