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indent-previous

Indent based on the previous line.  <Tab>

This command makes the current line start at the same column as the previous non-blank line. Specifically, if you invoke this command with point in or adjacent to a line's indentation, indent-previous replaces that indentation with the indentation of the previous non-blank line. If point's indentation exceeds that of the previous non-blank line, or if you invoke this command with point outside of the line's indentation, this command simply runs indent-to-tab-stop.

If a region is highlighted, Epsilon indents all lines in the region by one tab stop. With a numeric prefix argument, Epsilon indents by that amount.

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