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- To: DEVON @ MIT-MC
- From: David Vinayak Wallace <GUMBY @ MIT-MC>
- Date: 28 November 1983 15:52 EST
- Cc: BUG-EMACS @ MIT-MC
- In-reply-to: Msg of 28 Nov 1983 08:16 EST from Devon S. McCullough <DEVON>
Date: 28 November 1983 08:16 EST
From: Devon S. McCullough <DEVON>
I wanted to run Babyl on a particular file (not my default babyl file)
and I happened to be in EMACS so I thought ^X R runs Babyl (for me)
so maybe it can take an argument somehow... m-? ^X R reveals that
sure enough, it takes a string argument. Apropos: String Arg
however, reveals no information at all.
But APROPOS really should say something about such a fundamental
thing as how to give a command an argument!
How about M-X babylâfilename
This form is documented in the manual.
You may have to do M-X Load Libraryâbabyl