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|Begin marking a normal region. ||Brief: Alt-a|
This command begins marking and highlighting a region of text,
defining it as a normal (non-inclusive) region. A normal region
includes all the characters between point and mark. When you run this
command, it sets the mark equal to the value of point, so initially
the highlighted region is empty.
If Epsilon is already highlighting a region of another type, this
command redefines the region as a normal region. If
mark-unhighlights is nonzero and Epsilon is
already highlighting a normal region, this command turns off the
highlighting. See set-mark for a command that always begins
defining a new region, even when a region has already been
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