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|Save the buffer to its file. ||Ctrl-x Ctrl-s|
This command writes the contents of the current buffer to its file. If
the current buffer does not have an associated file, Epsilon asks for
a file name. If it encounters some sort of problem (like no more disk
space), an appropriate error message appears in the echo area.
Otherwise, Epsilon displays the file name in the echo area. To
explicitly write the contents of the buffer to a file whose name you
specify, use the write-file command.
Epsilon writes the file using the same line termination rules as it
used when it read the file, perhaps altered by a subsequent use of the
set-line-translate command. With a numeric prefix argument, the
save-file command first asks for a new translation rule.
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