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Sun, 01 Feb 2009 11:13:04 +0100
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (berkeley-unix)
+ Helmut Eller <address@hidden>:
> is there a command (and standard key) to copy the current line? The
> command should duplicate the text of the current line and move point
> to the copied line.
Lots of suggestions here, but what is wrong with C-a C-k C-k C-y C-y?
> I think that vi has something like that
You mean yyp perhaps? The exact analogy of the above, but shorter.
Once upon a time, I thought it was cute to write elisp functions to
implement marginal time savings like the one you ask for. But in the
end, it turns out I am not using them enough to justify the cost of
writing them in the first place, and I even end up forgetting about
having such shortcuts when I could have used them.
Spend a little time on learning to use keyboard macros instead. They can
save a lot of time if you find yourself doing the same thing over and
* Harald Hanche-Olsen <URL:http://www.math.ntnu.no/~hanche/>
- It is undesirable to believe a proposition
when there is no ground whatsoever for supposing it is true.
-- Bertrand Russell
- Re: copy-line, Helmut Eller, 2009/02/01
- Re: copy-line,
Harald Hanche-Olsen <=