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Re: emacs question

From: Rodrigo Canellas
Subject: Re: emacs question
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 20:04:56 -0200
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In your .emacs, to map a key to a command, you can do like this;

(global-set-key [<KEY_ID>] '<COMMAND>)

where <KEY-ID> should be replaced with the identifier of the key, and 
<COMMAND> should be replaced with the command you want to be executed when 
<KEY-ID> is pressed.

For example,

(global-set-key [f9] 'compile)

would run the "compile" command when "F9" is pressed.

Hope it helps.

BTW, by your name I presume you speak portuguese, right? 

Em Terça 14 Dezembro 2004 17:45, Villa, Maria (HBO) escreveu:
> Hi
> I have few users that uses regular emacs on our aix unix servers.
> They have a problem when want to delete a character or word, the backspace
> key does not work.
> how can we map a key to work with e-macs or how can we solve this problem
> your help is appreciated.....
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