= Ian Swainson <Ian_Swainson at bausch.com> [19991123 1134]:
> [snip] Also, is there a
> quick way to flick between buffers (like CTRL-TAB in Win-dow!s)
> without having to display the buffer-list and then select from it?
C-x o cycles forward through buffers. apropos and describe-keybindings
are your friends (when you invoke them with M-x <function>).
if you have multiple frames, you can cycle through them by using C-x 5
instead of C-x above. these keybindings suck because they are frequently
used IMO. try having a look at dotfiles.com for alternative arrangements;
i haven't changed them yet.
i'm afraid i haven't done any DBMS/SQL stuff from emacs yet.
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Computer Science Undergraduate, University College Cork
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