goto-alpha-mark - Move the cursor to a alpha marked location
goto-alpha-mark "?" (C-x a)
goto-alpha-mark prompts user for an alpha character and sets the cursor position to the preset location. Alpha marks are specified on a per buffer basis, thus the current buffer is not changed, merely the current location in the buffer. The alpha mark must already be defined using set-alpha-mark(2). This functionality is useful for rapidly returning back to locations in large files.
goto-alpha-mark with a numeric argument of zero (0) returns a string containing all of the alpha marks that exist in the current buffer. The alpha mark string is returned in $result(5), this is an empty string if there are no alpha marks in the buffer.
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Last Modified: 2006/08/21
Generated On: 2006/10/07