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Re: [AUCTeX-devel] multicolumn

From: Ralf Angeli
Subject: Re: [AUCTeX-devel] multicolumn
Date: Sun, 01 Mar 2009 19:16:29 +0100

* Mads Jensen (2009-03-01) writes:

> Ralf Angeli wrote:
>> * Mads Jensen (2009-02-26) writes:
>>> The multicolumn requires three arguments, but AuCTeX inserts only one
>>> pair of brackets when using alt-backspace. I couldn't figure out where
>>> the functionality is located.
>> `M-backspace' runs `backward-kill-word' unless you fiddled with the
>> binding.  So without you providing more information about what command
>> is called by `M-backspace' in your case, it is impossible to tell why
>> you only get two pairs of braces.  Because if you use the insertion
>> command provided by AUCTeX, namely `C-c <RET> multicolumn <RET>', then
>> three pairs are inserted and AUCTeX even prompts you for the arguments.
> Sorry, I made a "typo", and of course meant M-tab. Sorry for the confusion.

,----[ (info "(auctex)Completion") <-- Type `C-x C-e' here ]
|    A more direct way to insert a macro is with `TeX-insert-macro',
| bound to `C-c C-m' which is equivalent to `C-c <RET>'.  It has the
| advantage over completion that it knows about the argument of most
| standard LaTeX macros, and will prompt for them.  It also knows about
| the type of the arguments, so it will for example give completion for
| the argument to `\include'.  Some examples are listed below.


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