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For sentences, Epsilon has the Alt-E and
Alt-A keys, which move forward and backward by sentences, and the
Alt-K key, which deletes forward to the end of the current sentence.
A sentence ends with one of the characters period, !, or ?, followed
by any number of the characters
", ', ), ], followed by two
spaces or a newline. A sentence also ends at the end of a paragraph.
The next section describes Epsilon's notion of a paragraph.
You can set the sentence-end-double-space variable to change
Epsilon's notion of a sentence. The commands in this section will
require only one space at the end of a sentence, and paragraph filling
commands will use one space as well. Note that Epsilon won't be able
to distinguish abbreviations from the ends of sentences with this
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