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  • # {{CommandKeys|C-M-s|isearch-forward-regexp}} : incremental forward search matching regexp # {{CommandKeys|C-M-r|isearch-backward-regexp}} : incremental backward search matching regexp
    458 bytes (51 words) - 21:05, 21 February 2016
  • The principal search command in Emacs is '''incremental'''. It begins searching as soon as you type the first character of the search
    1 KB (162 words) - 09:07, 12 September 2014

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  • * Search for or visit a page of interest ...in a buffer]] ([https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/Search.html])
    8 KB (1,206 words) - 04:07, 20 September 2016
  • * Tags, priorities and properties to categorize, sort, filter, and search.
    3 KB (392 words) - 08:59, 14 September 2016
  • If you do some search and replace of code objects in your code and find it sometimes tricky, and/ (if (search-forward "ipdb.set_trace()"
    18 KB (2,518 words) - 06:39, 19 September 2016
  • * Search through the project for method declarations, invocants or free text using A ...s finding document command to one command. Useful for bind a global key to search help information.
    2 KB (335 words) - 11:36, 24 June 2014
  • Search forward and backward with '''/''' and '''?''', use '''n''' and '''N''' to g ...you back basic emacs commands, like C-y to paste in insert mode or C-r to search backward:
    9 KB (1,205 words) - 08:50, 5 February 2016
  • ...ocal dictionary (e.g. Edict, Kanjidic) for character at point or a region. Search results are displayed in an Emacs buffer. *{{Command|edict-search-english}} (prompts for word to search for)
    5 KB (783 words) - 20:47, 31 March 2012
  • ...in a regular buffer. It is particularly great to do some editing based on search and replace.
    7 KB (1,110 words) - 17:45, 23 September 2016
  • ...upstream master, any mirrors or branches of it, and your own branch later. Search for the word "hidden" in [http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/200
    17 KB (2,659 words) - 13:33, 30 March 2012
  • == Search and Replace == === Incremental search ===
    22 KB (3,130 words) - 12:51, 16 August 2014
  • [[Category:Search]]
    4 KB (591 words) - 09:27, 29 January 2015
  • # {{CommandKeys|C-M-s|isearch-forward-regexp}} : incremental forward search matching regexp # {{CommandKeys|C-M-r|isearch-backward-regexp}} : incremental backward search matching regexp
    458 bytes (51 words) - 21:05, 21 February 2016
  • * [[ Search and replace ]] ** [[ Incremental Search ]]
    330 bytes (30 words) - 15:11, 29 March 2012
  • * search ''mediawiki'' and click on it
    5 KB (634 words) - 11:14, 8 April 2015
  • ::: + If no URL is found, then goes on to search for the given string. ...search matches in separate buffer category wise. In that buffer RET in any search match will call browser for take you to that page.
    2 KB (319 words) - 01:53, 29 December 2013
  • |incremental forward search matching regexp |incremental backward search matching regexp
    6 KB (742 words) - 05:37, 9 October 2014
  • The principal search command in Emacs is '''incremental'''. It begins searching as soon as you type the first character of the search
    1 KB (162 words) - 09:07, 12 September 2014
  • * {{Keys|M-r}} search backward a regexp in commands' history (like C-r in term). Use C-r to cycle ...history. The '''history''' shell command works as expected, but you can't search (with '''M-r''') a command that you typed in shell-mode in another emacs in
    11 KB (1,495 words) - 08:22, 19 September 2016
  • (search-backward "ERROR!")))))
    5 KB (775 words) - 19:05, 17 June 2016
  • Marmalade provides a web based UI for package upload and search (both quite buggy unfortunately) and the ability to share the maintenance o ...ckage.el packages, search by name and quickly see their documentation, and search in their documentation. It is slower than melpa.org but a bit more complete
    7 KB (1,070 words) - 08:16, 27 February 2016
  • [[Category:Search]]
    2 KB (256 words) - 09:11, 12 September 2014

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