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Re: How to move the cursor to the bottom of the screen?

From: Sanjeev Kumar.S
Subject: Re: How to move the cursor to the bottom of the screen?
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 20:34:02 -0800 (PST)

This is how i do it:

(define-key global-map [(control prior)] (lambda (&optional arg) (interactive) (move-to-window-line 0)))
you can extend it how-ever you want from here.


Ye ilho <> wrote:
> Will show you a list of key bindings. In particular:
> M-< beginning-of-buffer
> M-> end-of-buffer
> M-< can be typed as:
> [ESCape key] [< key]
> On the mac you may be able to hold down command or option while typing
> < to get the same effect. Under windows the ALT key will do this.
> / ben

Thank you, Ben. Perhaps I did not state my question correctly or I did
not understand your answer because I am a novice in emacs. Please bear
with me once again to state what I want to do.

I am simply trying to go to the top/middle/bottom of the screen I see
at the moment.
I also tried your suggestion but that will take me to the
beginning/end of buffer but not necessarily what I see on the screen
at the moment.

For example, if I see the content of file in my emacs screen as
follows, I want to somehow to go to abc with one key stroke.


If I did not understand your answer correctly, please correct me.
Thank you once again.

Ilho <><

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