I'm trying to get a hang of lispy for editing and navigating Lisp code.
My assumption is that most of the keymap choices are made to offer convenience in practice. Some practical tasks involve more than one keystroke to accomplish and there are examples in the docs.
I am wondering if there is a recommended way to get out of the following situation. Consider the following code:
| indicates the current location of the point.
What I want to do is to add another argument after the string I'm in.
From inside parentheses, braces, or brackets - I can exit the list by pressing either
). I can move point before the surrounding list by pressing
It appears that from inside a string I can't get out of using modifier keys - either by moving over words and characetrs, or by moving up the list with
lisp.el considers strings as lists in this regard).
I would assume this to be a common situation and I'm wondering if there is a recommended way to get out of it.