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|Write the buffer to a file. ||Ctrl-x Ctrl-w|
This command prompts for a file name, then writes the buffer to a file
with that name. The file associated with the current buffer becomes
that file, so subsequent uses of the save-file command will write
the buffer to that file without asking for a file name. See also
copy-to-file and save-file. As usual, typing Alt-g at the
prompt inserts the current file name for editing.
Epsilon writes the file using the same line termination rules and
encoding as it used when it read the file, perhaps altered by a
subsequent use of the set-line-translate or set-encoding
commands. With a numeric prefix argument, the write-file command
first asks for a new translation rule and encoding.
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