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write-file

Write the buffer to a file.  Ctrl-X Ctrl-W

This command prompts for a file name, then writes the buffer to a file with that name. The file associated with the current buffer becomes that file, so subsequent uses of the save-file command will write the buffer to that file without asking for a file name. See also copy-to-file and save-file.

Epsilon writes the file using the same line termination rules as it used when it read the file, perhaps altered by a subsequent use of the set-line-translate command. With a numeric prefix argument, the write-file command first asks for a new translation rule.

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