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Re: [AUCTeX] is it possible to insert such a symbol?

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX] is it possible to insert such a symbol?
Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 22:27:31 +0200

* peng shao (2009-04-22) writes:

> Hi everyone, I just moved from vim+latex-suite to emacs+auctex, so I am
> really
> a newbie on this combination. I remember in latex-suite there is a function
> such
> that if you input $$, then you should get
> $your cursor here$<++>
> and by pressing ctrl+j you can move your cursor to the position <++>.
> In texworks, there is even a more convenient way to realize this: texworks
> inserts
> a 'dot'(unicode 0x2022) at a proper position and by pressing ctrl+tab one
> can be leaded
> there.

How is this used?  Is the idea that point is first put inside the dollar
signs for editing math and then typing C-j or C-TAB respectively to jump
out of it for continuing editing subsequent text?

> I did not read the manual of auctex carefully(sorry for that), but I wonder
> if
> it is possible to make auctex to realize such function, it is really
> convenient for me.

This shouldn't be too difficult, but it would be good to know more about
its purpose as mentioned above.

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