James A. Crippen | 17 Sep 03:39 2002

Zmacs help with key?

Has anyone got a hack for Zmacs that works like FSF Emacs's C-h k
command?  That provides help for a particular key, which actually
looks up the command that the key is bound to and displays the help
for that command.

I suppose I could hack this myself but I figured that someone else
might have done it already.  It's particularly useful for discovering
what the command is that you just did accidentally.  Or for hunting
or unbound keys.  Or just exploring the keybinding space in general.

'james

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Tim Bradshaw | 17 Sep 09:10 2002

Re: Zmacs help with key?

* James A Crippen wrote:
> Has anyone got a hack for Zmacs that works like FSF Emacs's C-h k
> command?  That provides help for a particular key, which actually
> looks up the command that the key is bound to and displays the help
> for that command.

Doesn't C-h C-c do this, or C-h c maybe?

--tim


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