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|Ask for the name of a function, then go there. ||Ctrl-X .|
The command prompts you for the name of a tagged function, with
completion. Epsilon then goes to the file and line where the function
definition appears. If you give no name, Epsilon goes to the next tag
in the alphabetical tag list. With a nonzero numeric argument, it goes
to the next tag without asking for a tag name. Before moving to the
tag, it sets a bookmark at the current position like set-bookmark.
A numeric argument of zero forces the definition to appear in a
specific window. Epsilon prompts for a key to indicate which one.
Press an arrow key to display the definition in the next window in
that direction. Press n or p to display the definition in the next or
previous window. Type the period character
. to force the
definition to appear in the current window. Press 2 or 5 to split the
current window horizontally or vertically, respectively, and display
the definition in the new window, or 1 to delete all windows but the
current one, or z to run the zoom-window command first.
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