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This command displays the column number, value of point, and size of
the buffer, as well as the ASCII, decimal, and hex codes of the
character after point (plus its name if it's outside the ASCII range).
If the character is a Unicode surrogate, it also displays the code and
name of the complete Unicode character it helps to form, if any.
The file may occupy more space on disk than the buffer size indicates,
due to the line translation scheme that Epsilon uses when reading and
writing files, or Unicode encoding. Use the count-lines command,
bound to Ctrl-x L, to get the number of characters the buffer would
occupy on disk after line translation. See the mode-format
variable to display the current column number or the value of point
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