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backward-ifdef

Find matching preprocessor line.  C mode: Alt-[, Alt-<Up>

This command moves to the previous #if/#else/#endif (or similar) preprocessor line. When starting from such a line, Epsilon finds the previous matching one, skipping over inner nested preprocessor lines.

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