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jump-to-named-bookmark

Go to a named bookmark.  Ctrl-X J

Use this command to jump to a location that you previously saved with the set-named-bookmark command. The command prompts for a bookmark name (a letter), then jumps to that bookmark.

If you specify a digit instead of a letter, the command jumps to the corresponding temporary bookmark (set with set-bookmark). Zero refers to the last such temporary bookmark, one to the previous one, and so on.

You can press "?" to get a list of the currently defined bookmarks, along with the text that contains the bookmarks. To select one, simply move to the desired bookmark and press <Enter>.

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