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Re: Delete (kill) entire line at cursor - how?

From: Matthew Flaschen
Subject: Re: Delete (kill) entire line at cursor - how?
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 06:46:31 -0400
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Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
> Matthew Flaschen <address@hidden> writes:
>> anoop aryal wrote:
>>> i'm sure it could be done better but here's something you can put in 
>>> your .emacs file:
>>> (defun c-kill-statement ()
>>>   "a handy way to kill a statement even when it spans multiple lines."
>>>   (interactive)
>>>   (save-excursion
>>>     (c-beginning-of-statement-1)
>>>     (let ((start (point)))
>>>       (c-end-of-statement)
>>>       (let ((end (point)))
>>>         (kill-region start end)))))
>> Thanks, but I really have no need for this.  I was just curious
>> whether emacs had such semantics built-in.
> The answer to this depends on what you mean by 'semantics'.  Does the
> following match, or even approximate what you had in mind?
Again, this is idle curiosity, but no.  That doesn't seem to have any
useful understanding of C/Java syntax.  It just kills the next word.

Matthew Flaschen

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