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|Display a buffer in the current window. ||Ctrl-X B|
This command prompts for a buffer name. If a buffer with that name
exists, the command connects it to the current window. Otherwise, it
creates a buffer with the indicated name, and connects that to the
current window. If you just press <Enter> to the prompt for a buffer,
it defaults to the last buffer associated with the current window.
So, repeated Ctrl-X B's will generally switch back and forth between
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