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RE: About the `#^^' syntax


From: Doug Lewan
Subject: RE: About the `#^^' syntax
Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2013 14:31:38 +0000

`#^' is used in the printed representation of a char table. (See the elisp info 
for "char-table type".)

I can't find `#^^', but it looks like it's for nested char tables from your 
example.

,Douglas
Douglas Lewan
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: address@hidden
> [mailto:address@hidden On
> Behalf Of Xue Fuqiao
> Sent: Thursday, 2013 February 07 08:30
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: About the `#^^' syntax
> 
> When I eval the (current-global-map) form:
> 
> (keymap #^[nil nil keymap
> #^^[3 0 set-mark-command move-beginning-of-line backward-char mode-
> specific-command-prefix delete-char move-end-of-line forward-char
> keyboard-quit help-command indent-for-tab-command ...] #^^[1 0 #^^[2 0
> #^^[3 0 set-mark-command move-beginning-of-line backward-char mode-
> specific-command-prefix delete-char move-end-of-line forward-char
> keyboard-quit help-command indent-for-tab-command ...] self-insert-
> command self-insert-command self-insert-command self-insert-command
> self-insert-command self-insert-command self-insert-command self-
> insert-command self-insert-command ...] self-insert-command self-
> insert-command self-insert-command self-insert-command self-insert-
> command self-insert-command self-insert-command self-insert-command
> self-insert-command ...] self-insert-command self-insert-command self-
> insert-command self-insert-command self-insert-command self-insert-
> command self-insert-command ...] (C-mouse-5 . mwheel-scroll) (S-mouse-5
> . mwheel-scroll) (mouse-5 . mwheel-scroll) (C-mouse-4 . mwheel-scroll)
> (S-mouse-4 . mwheel-scroll) (mouse-4 . mwheel-scroll) (paste .
> clipboard-yank) (copy . clipboard-kill-ring-save) (cut . clipboard-
> kill-region) (f18 . clipboard-yank) ...)
> 
> There is a `#^^' syntax.  I don't know what it means.  I only know that
> the printed representation of a char-table is like a vector except that
> there is an extra `#^' at the beginning.  I have searched the Emacs
> manuals, but I don't find anything useful.  Can anybody help?  Thanks.
> 
> --
> Best regards, Xue Fuqiao.
> http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/XueFuqiao




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