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Edit a list of lines containing a search string.
In a grep buffer, you can move around by using the normal movement
commands. Most alphabetic keys run special grep commands. The "N"
and "P" keys move to the next and previous matches; Alt-N and Alt-P
move to the next and previous files. You can easily go from the grep
buffer to the corresponding locations in the original files. To do
this, simply position point on the copy of the line, then press
<Space>, <Enter>, or "E". The file appears in the current window,
with point positioned at the beginning of the matching line. Typing
"1" brings up the file in a window that occupies the entire screen.
Typing "2" splits the window horizontally, then brings up the file in
the lower window. Typing "5" splits the window vertically, then
brings up the file. Typing the letter 'O' shows the file in the next
window on the screen, without splitting windows any further. Typing
"Z" runs the zoom-window command, then brings up the file.
Searching Multiple Files
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