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U.2.2 Moving by Defuns
These commands move point or set up the region based on top-level major definitions, also called defuns.
The commands to move to the beginning and end of the current defun
are C-M-a (
C-M-a with a negative argument -n moves forward n times to the next beginning of a defun. This is not exactly the same place that C-M-e with argument n would move to; the end of this defun is not usually exactly the same place as the beginning of the following defun. (Whitespace, comments, and perhaps declarations can separate them.) Likewise, C-M-e with a negative argument moves back to an end of a defun, which is not quite the same as C-M-a with a positive argument.
To operate on the current defun, use C-M-h (
In C mode, C-M-h runs the function
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