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Re: problem: M-a M-e gives symbol's function definition is voide

From: Krishnakant
Subject: Re: problem: M-a M-e gives symbol's function definition is voide
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2017 21:07:42 +0530
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Thanks a million.

The C-M-a and C-M-a works good.

Wonder why I got wrong key combinations in help.

By the way is there some kind of keyboard shortcut which can help me go to the place where a variable was first defined?

For example if I have a variable called varName and I use it at several locations. Now if I see it somewhere and can't remember where it was defined, I could just put my point on it and press the key combination and go to the line where it is first used/ defined.

I looked up the help but could not get it in C-h m.

Happy hacking.


On Monday 27 February 2017 07:23 PM, hector wrote:
In my system "beginning-of-python-def-or-class" is defined in python-mode.el
which belongs to package python-mode.

The key binding for this function in my system is not M-a but C-M-a.
My version of python-mode is 5.1.0.

Another hint could be given by running the command

find /usr/share/emacs* -name 'python*'

In my system I get the lines:


So you can see if everything is properly installed.

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