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31 Editing Programs

Emacs provides many features to facilitate editing programs. Some of these features can

  • Find or move over top-level definitions (see Defuns).
  • Apply the usual indentation conventions of the language (see Program Indent).
  • Balance parentheses (see Parentheses).
  • Insert, kill or align comments (see Comments).
  • Highlight program syntax (see Font Lock).

This chapter describes these features and many more.

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