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Re: Kill other buffers

From: Alan Mackenzie
Subject: Re: Kill other buffers
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:06:06 +0000
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Pedro Sa da Costa <address@hidden> wrote on Sun, 11 Dec 2005
17:52:35 +0000:
> Suppose that i have 3 files opened in emacs.

> Now, i'm in file 1 and i want to close file 2 and file 3. There is any 
> short- key to close (kill) other buffers opened, while i'm in file 1?

No.  At least, not a standard one.

As an alternative, try this:  With C-x C-b, get a list of buffers, and
with C-x o (that's "control-x oh") go to that list.  Use D to mark each
buffer you want to kill.  (C-d can be useful, too; use U to unmark
buffers you didn't really mean to mark.)  Finally, type X to delete the
lot of them.

> Thanks,
> Pedro

Alan Mackenzie (Munich, Germany)
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