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      mark-c-paragraph
      mark-inclusive-region
      mark-line-region
      mark-normal-region
      mark-paragraph
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   Variable Reference
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      yank-rectangle-to-corner
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mark-line-region

Begin marking a line region.  Brief: Alt-L

This command begins marking and highlighting a region of text, defining it as a line region. A line region includes complete lines of the buffer: the line containing point, the line containing the mark and all the lines between them. When you run this command, it sets the mark equal to the value of point, so initially the highlighted region contains just the current line.

If Epsilon is already highlighting a region of another type, this command redefines the region as a line region. If mark-unhighlights is nonzero and Epsilon is already highlighting a line region, this command turns off the highlighting.

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