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The Imenu facility offers a way to find the the major definitions in a file by name. It is also useful in text formatter major modes, where it treats each chapter, section, etc., as a definition. (See section W.2 Tags Tables, for a more powerful feature that handles multiple files together.)
If you type M-x imenu, it reads the name of a definition using the minibuffer, then moves point to that definition. You can use completion to specify the name; the command always displays the whole list of valid names.
Alternatively, you can bind the command
When you change the contents of a buffer, if you add or delete
definitions, you can update the buffer's index based on the
new contents by invoking the `*Rescan*' item in the menu.
Rescanning happens automatically if you set
You can customize the way the menus are sorted by setting the
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