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|Indent to the next text on the previous line. ||Ctrl-Alt-i|
This function starts at the current column on the previous non-blank
line, and moves right until it reaches the next column where a run of
non-space characters starts. It then replaces the indentation at point
with indentation that reaches to the same column, by inserting tabs
and spaces. With a highlighted region, it indents all lines in the
region to that same column, scanning the last non-blank line before
With a numeric prefix argument, indent-under goes to a different
run of non-spaces. For instance, with an argument of 3, it goes to the
previous line and finds the third word after the original column, then
aligns the original line there.
If the previous non-blank line doesn't have the requested number of
words, it runs indent-to-tab-stop.
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