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yank

Insert the contents of a kill buffer.  Ctrl-Y

This command inserts the contents of the last kill buffer at point, then positions point after the insertion, and the mark before it. In some modes this command then reindents the inserted text. See the reindent-after-yank variable. If another program has placed text on the system clipboard, this command will use it instead of the kill buffer, except in keyboard macros. See the clipboard-access variable for more information.

If the kill buffer contains a rectangle, the command inserts it at the current column, on the current and successive lines. It shifts existing text to the right, unless you've enabled overwrite mode, in which case the block replaces any existing text in those columns. (When yanked text comes from the system clipboard, Epsilon never treats it as a rectangle.)

More info:

Killing Text
Clipboard Access
The Concurrent Process



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