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Date: Mon, 31 Jan 1994 20:53:07 GMT
is there a way to tell define-command that one command is to be based on
lowercase-a and another is uppercase-A ?
I have an unpleasantly large need to do this right now, and it appears
that define-command (or something else that uses the results) doesn't
care, and assumes that #\a and #\A are equivalent.
or, perhaps better still, is there a way to define a command so that it
knows what keystroke it was called with? (not normally important, but
since #\a and #\A both call the same command, it'd be good if the
command received its keystroke somehow...)
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