Questions tagged [mark]

is for marking the start of a region of text in a buffer. Emacs uses `mark` and `point` to highlight a region. Highlighting indicates that the mark and region are active.

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Effectively using the mark ring

I have used the mark to select regions of a buffer. For example, I know the sequence C-<space> C-s foo can be used to select all text between the current point and the point after a search for ...
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Keep region activated upon completion of my command

I'm using the following functions to speed up some regexps replacements I frequently use. jc-replace-regexp-in-region can be called by several functions like jc-dollar-to-paren. At the moment, when ...
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How to automatically set marks on all of the edited lines?

I would like to automatically set marks on all of the edited lines so that I can go back to any of my previous edited lines using helm-mark-ring.
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Select to the sentence of line in a shortcut

C-k and M-k could delete forward to the end of line and sentence respectively. How could only select to the end in a shortcut? Usually select a sentence and append it to a file for further ...