D – wie Delete

Delete

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TexInfo 12.1.1 Deletion

Deletion means erasing text and not saving it in the kill ring. For the most part, the Emacs commands that delete text are those that erase just one character or only whitespace.

‘<DEL>’ ‘<BACKSPACE>’

Delete the previous character, or the text in the region if it is

active (‘delete-backward-char’).

‘<Delete>’

Delete the next character, or the text in the region if it is active (‘delete-forward-char’).

‘C-d’

Delete the next character (‘delete-char’).

‘M-\’

Delete spaces and tabs around point (‘delete-horizontal-space’). ‘M-<SPC>’ Delete spaces and tabs around point, leaving one space (‘just-one-space’).

‘C-x C-o’

Delete blank lines around the current line (‘delete-blank-lines’).

‘M-^’

Join two lines by deleting the intervening newline, along with any indentation following it (‘delete-indentation’).