Questions tagged [syntax-table]

is an Emacs Lisp data structure in which each character's syntactic role is defined. Other Emacs facilities, such as font lock, navigation, parsing, etc., scan these syntax tables to determine where words, symbols, and other syntactic constructs begin and end. Syntax tables are unique to every major mode. They are customizable and even overridable with text properties.

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How can I fix shift-select-mode with own syntax-table

So I have modified syntax table for moving with C-<left>. (defvar my-wacky-syntax-table (let ((table (make-syntax-table))) (modify-syntax-entry ?\( "w" table) (modify-...
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Limitations of latex mode inline math syntax highlighting

My Problems: In latex major mode (not Latex major mode), syntax highlighting works okay for line 1, but not for line 2. line 1 : my hypothesis is $a^2 + b^2 = c^2.$ line 2 : my hypothesis is \(a^2 ...
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extend/customize Makefile syntax table

I work with a Makefile-like infrastructure that allows having lists as variables and appending values to them. For this, the += operator is used. However, I'm having incorrect highlighting using this ...
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Can't define a glyph as a word constituent

I'd like Emacs to treat this dollar$sign as one word. So I evaluated this line (modify-syntax-entry ?$ "w") to have Emacs treat dollar sign as a word constituent rather than a symbol. However, ...
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Changing evil-forward-word behavior by modifying a syntax table

Currently in Emacs Lisp files I have the following behavior when I run evil-forward-word-begin |some-lisp-function some|-lisp-function some-|lisp-function some-lisp|-function some-lisp-|function In ...