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Re: Looking up and CALLING a key binding


From: OtherMichael
Subject: Re: Looking up and CALLING a key binding
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2009 06:56:45 -0800 (PST)
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On Jan 5, 9:00 am, TheLonelyStar <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I know very little elisp have basicly no practical expirience with it.
>
> I know I can lookup a keybinding with lookup-key and similiar.
> But how do I look it up and call it (execute it)?
>
> Thanks!
> nathan
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If you are trying to find WHERE a command is mapped, C-h w <command-
name> runs where-is and gives you the keystroke-sequence

If you are trying to find the NAME of a command, C-h k <keystroke-
sequence> runs describe-key and gives you the command-name mapped to
the keystroke-sequence.


Once you know the name, then you can execute it via M-x as Xah said.

--the Other michael


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