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Epsilon User's Manual and Reference > Commands by Topic > Changing Text > Rearranging >

Transposing

Epsilon has commands to transpose characters, words, and lines. To transpose the words before and after point, use the Alt-T command. This command leaves undisturbed any non-word characters between the words. Point moves between the words. The Ctrl-X Ctrl-T command transposes the current and previous lines and moves point between them.

The Ctrl-T command normally transposes the characters before and after point. However, at the start of a line it transposes the first two characters on the line, and at the end of a line it transposes the last two. On a line with one or no characters, it does nothing.

Standard bindings:

  Ctrl-T  transpose-characters
 Alt-T  transpose-words
 Ctrl-X Ctrl-T  transpose-lines
 



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