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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Automatic clock-in

From: Nick Dokos
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Automatic clock-in
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2010 10:50:12 -0400

Andrea Crotti <address@hidden> wrote:

> Benjamin Andresen <address@hidden> writes:
> > Hey Andrea,
> >
> >
> > Maybe C-u M-x org-clock-in RET does what you want.
> >
> > br,
> > benny
> Ah great that's really nice, I always forget to try the magic C-u
> first...
> So by the way what is the real function called when prefixing C-u?

The same function is called, but with the optional SELECT argument set.
C-h f org-clock-in says:

| org-clock-in is an interactive compiled Lisp function in
| `org-clock.el'.
| (org-clock-in &optional SELECT)
| Start the clock on the current item.
| If necessary, clock-out of the currently active clock.
| With prefix arg SELECT, offer a list of recently clocked tasks to
| clock into.  When SELECT is `C-u C-u', clock into the current task and mark
| is as the default task, a special task that will always be offered in
| the clocking selection, associated with the letter `d'.

> I mean, can I call it directly?

You mean from lisp code? You call it like this:

    (org-clock-in 4)

(that's what C-u M-x org-clock-in does), or

    (org-clock-in 16)

(that's what C-u C-u M-x org-clock-in does.)

And, btw, that's what C-u and C-u C-u do *always*: see section 7.10,
Numeric Arguments, in the Emacs manual.


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