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Use HOME and END in emacs
- From: Lucifer <lucifer at tsinghua dot org dot cn>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 16:26:54 +0800
- Subject: Use HOME and END in emacs
I access cygwin via ssh using putty. I am a vim user and want to learn
some basic knowledge about emacs. When I entered emacs, I found that I
cannot move the cursor using HOME key and END key to the beginning or
end of the line. C-a and C-e works though.
I check my keybind using C-h b and found the key <home> is already bind
to the function beginning-of-line, just as the same as C-a. So why they
behave differently? I configured 'The Home and End Keys' to 'Standard'
under my putty's 'Keyboard' configuration pannel and the environment
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