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Re: Tip of the day


From: Tyler Smith
Subject: Re: Tip of the day
Date: 24 Jun 2007 22:51:20 GMT
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On 2007-06-24, Adam <address@hidden> wrote:
>
> Thanks Tassilo. 
>
> Forgive my ignorance, I suppose really I was wanting 
> to give that function a test-run, by not including it 
> in my startup file, but by entering it into my Emacs 
> session. Then running (totd) or M-x totd  
>
> Then including in .emacs, and binding to a key later. 
>
> Is this possible, by entering the function into 
> the *scratch* buffer and evaluating it somehow. 
>


Yes, if you copy the function to scratch, move the cursor to the line
after the end of the function, you can evaluate it with C-x C-e. You can
then run the code with M-x totd <ret> or M-: (totd) <ret>.

Note that you should probably change the 'n' values in the concat
strings to '\n' to get properly formatted output.

HTH,

Tyler


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