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Wed, 05 Jul 2006 20:46:56 +0200
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Kevin Rodgers schrieb:
Andreas Roehler wrote:
PS. Would be great to see an example where the point
being in reality before the shown position matters - as
far as text-editing functions are concerned.
When point is at the beginning or end of the buffer, i.e. before the
first character or after the last character, so that you can insert
text before or after those characters resp. If text was always inserted
before or after the character point was on [sic], you'd need a special
way to handle the beginning and end of the buffer.
Thanks responding this question.
| File: text, Node: Insertion
| Inserting Text
| "Insertion" means adding new text to a buffer. The inserted text goes
| at point--between the character before point and the character after
Understand from here, that the way to insert doesn't
change. Only the location of the point after insertion
- before or after inserted text - differs.
So far still in the dark.