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backward-delete-character

Delete the character before point.  Ctrl-H

This command deletes the character before point. When given a numeric argument, the command deletes that many characters, and saves them in a kill buffer.

This command can be set to convert tab characters into spaces before deleting, or to delete multiple spaces at once. See the delete-hacking-tabs variable.

More info:

Inserting and Deleting



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