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Re: command-completion for C- commands?

From: Nicholas Sandow
Subject: Re: command-completion for C- commands?
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 23:02:26 +1000

On 16/06/2008, at 7:40 PM, address@hidden wrote:

On 16 Jun., 10:22, knubee <address@hidden> wrote:
Tabbing works to show possible completions of Meta commands. Example:

M-x list-f<TAB> shows

  Possible completions are:
  list-faces-display               list-fontsets

Is there an equivalent way to see possible completions for Control
commands -- given the mode of the current buffer? Example:



M-x is a binding to a command, C-x ... is half a binding, so the same
trick won't work.
You can however, use the binding C-h b to view a list of all bindings
and then look for ones starting with C-x.

You can also type C-h at any point mid-chord to see what keys are possible to complete the chord.

For example, if you type C-x C-h, you'll get a listing of what commands are bound to a key chord starting with C-x.

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