Sol Lederman (SOL@SRI-NIC.ARPA)
Fri, 28 Oct 88 09:56:42 PDT
In emacs, ^O puts the end-of-line character(s) into your editing buffer and
leaves the cursor at the same place it was in before the ^O was pressed.
Hitting Return puts the same end-of-line character into your buffer but
the cursor is repositioned to be after the end-of-line character. The
difference might appear to be subtle but it's handy to have the option of
where you want your cursor to be after hitting Return.
Disclaimer: This is the way ^O seems to work on TOPS-20 emacs. I haven't
checked other versions.
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