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RE: Dired buffers and finding files...

From: Bingham, Jay
Subject: RE: Dired buffers and finding files...
Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2002 10:14:12 -0500

I have just one question about C-x C-j, what function does it invoke on your 

I am running 21.1 on Win2000 and 20.4 on a Unix box, it is undefined in both of 

I would like to suggest to all responders that when ever your reply includes 
instructions to press a key sequence to invoke a function that you use the 
convention used in the help to describe key sequences and the functions that 
they invoke, i.e. `C-x d' (`dired'),.

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 -----Original Message-----
From:   Tim Haynes [] 
Sent:   Tuesday, October 22, 2002 12:59 PM
Subject:        Re: Dired buffers and finding files...

Bernd Wolter <> writes:

> Martin Schmitz <> writes:
>> Tim Haynes <> writes:
>> > If I have a buffer visiting a file in a given directory - e.g.
>> > /tmp/foo.txt or something - and then decide I want to bring up a dired
>> > buffer of that directory, pressing `C-x C-f /tmp/ RET' flips me to the
>> > existing foo.txt                    ^^^^^^^
>> Try 'C-x d RET'
> Or from within the buffer in question C-x C-j.

OK thanks for those two; I'll have a play imminently :8)

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