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Re: Indenting code: C-M-\ v C-x C-q

From: Ole Laursen
Subject: Re: Indenting code: C-M-\ v C-x C-q
Date: 14 Nov 2003 22:14:17 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.3

Ole Laursen <> writes:

> Stefan Monnier <> writes:
> > > Using C-x C-q works great for Java and other "Normal" languages that use
> [...]
> > You must be talking about something else like M-q (fill-paragraph) or
> > C-c C-q (which has no default binding and is left for major modes
> > to do as they please).
> > C-M-\ works in all modes (except for bugs, of course).
> One of them being that it is almost impossible to type on some
> keyboards. On a Danish keyboard, it requires 'Alt + Ctrl + Alt gr + >'.
> Argh. On most keyboards I encounter, this sequence does not even work
> because three modifier keys block the keyboard.

Of course, replacing the first 'Alt' with 'Esc' makes it work, but
that's just to cumbersome to be practical at all.

Ole Laursen

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