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Insert the invoking key into the buffer.
When you type a character bound to the normal-character command,
Epsilon inserts the character into the buffer, generally before point.
See also the overwrite-mode command.
Nothing happens if the key that invokes normal-character does not
represent a valid 8-bit ASCII character.
During auto fill mode, when you type a key bound to this command, the
line breaks if appropriate. In particular, if point's column equals
the fill column, the command breaks the line. If the value of point's
column exceeds the fill column, the command breaks the line at the
closest whitespace to the left of the fill column, and uses the
normal-character command to insert a space. Otherwise, this
command just invokes the normal-character command to insert the
key into the buffer. See the auto-fill-mode command.
Inserting and Deleting
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