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Re: Commenting Multiple Lines

From: Deniz Dogan
Subject: Re: Commenting Multiple Lines
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2011 06:45:18 +0200
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On 2011-09-19 05:38, Nachiappan A wrote:
Hi All,

Thanks for the reply. M-; works for me. It does both the job of
commenting and un-commenting.

@Drew Adams : When i did 'C-h k' and tried 'C-c C-c' below was the
"runs the command comment-region, which is an interactive compiled Lisp

Just trying to understanding, both C-c C-c and M-; does the job of
commenting, what is the basic difference ?

C-c C-c is not a universal binding for commenting. M-; is. C-c C-c is most likely bound by some major mode you are using. Try it in e.g. lisp-mode and you will see that it does not do commenting there.

Where can i find all such emacs shortcuts related to programming ?

This also depends on the modes you are using. You can use e.g. C-h b to see all bindings currently active (usually a pretty long list), or you can use C-h m to see a description of all modes you are currently using, which narrows the list of bindings for each mode down.

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