[Python-mode] small units
barry at python.org
Sun Mar 7 22:53:42 CET 2010
On Mar 05, 2010, at 07:00 PM, Andreas Roehler wrote:
>question is: how to edit small units in python-code?
>Let's consider piece below from Dive Into Python:
> result = roman71.fromRoman(numeral)
>Beside of operators three python-words are here:
>result / roman71 / fromRoman(numeral)
>which should possible be picked with one command/key.
>Resp. copied, deleted, maybe transposed etc.
Aren't there already key bindings for these. E.g.
M-f == py-forward-into-nomenclature
M-C-f == forward-sexp
Well you need two keystrokes to get all of 'fromRoman(numeral)' or of course
you could just use
C-e == move-end-of-line
At least, it's never seemed there was anything lacking to me.
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