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named function17.3 Naming a Function
NaN9.3 Floating Point Basics
narrow-to-page41.4 Narrowing
narrow-to-region41.4 Narrowing
narrowing41.4 Narrowing
native widget50.3.6 Native GUI Widgets
natnum-specifier-p48.5 Specifier Types
natnump9.5 Type Predicates for Numbers
natural numbers9.5 Type Predicates for Numbers
nconc11.6.3 Functions that Rearrange Lists
negative infinity9.3 Floating Point Basics
negative-argument25.9 Prefix Command Arguments
network connection56.13 Network Connections
new file message35.1.2 Subroutines of Visiting
newline43.5 User-Level Insertion Commands
newline and Auto Fill mode43.5 User-Level Insertion Commands
newline in print23.5 Output Functions
newline in strings8.4.8 String Type
newline-and-indent43.16.2 Indentation Controlled by Major Mode
next input25.6.5 Miscellaneous Event Input Features
next-command-event25.6.2 Reading One Event
next-event25.6.2 Reading One Event
next-extent47.4 Finding Extents
next-frame39.5 Finding All Frames
next-history-element24.9 Minibuffer Miscellany
next-matching-history-element24.9 Minibuffer Miscellany
next-property-change43.18.3 Property Search Functions
next-screen-context-lines38.11 Vertical Scrolling
next-single-property-change43.18.3 Property Search Functions
next-window38.5 Cyclic Ordering of Windows
nil16.2 Variables That Never Change
nil and lists11.1 Lists and Cons Cells
nil in keymap26.8 Key Lookup
nil in lists8.4.6 Cons Cell and List Types
nil input stream23.2 Input Streams
nil output stream23.4 Output Streams
nil, uses of1.3.2 nil and t
nintersection11.7 Using Lists as Sets
ninth11.4 Accessing Elements of Lists
nlistp11.3 Predicates on Lists
no-catch15.5.1 Explicit Nonlocal Exits: catch and throw
no-redraw-on-reenter52.1 Refreshing the Screen
Non-ISO-8859-1 octal character escape8.4.3 Character Type
nondirectory part (of file name)35.8.1 File Name Components
noninteractive57.11 Batch Mode
noninteractive use57.11 Batch Mode
nonlocal exits15.5 Nonlocal Exits
nonprinting characters, reading25.6.4 Quoted Character Input
nontext-pointer-glyph50.3.5 External Glyphs
normal-mode33.1.3 How XEmacs Chooses a Major Mode
not15.3 Constructs for Combining Conditions
not-modified37.5 Buffer Modification
nothing-image-instance-p50.2.4.1 Image Instance Types
nreverse11.6.3 Functions that Rearrange Lists
nset-difference11.7 Using Lists as Sets
nset-exclusive-or11.7 Using Lists as Sets
nth11.4 Accessing Elements of Lists
nth-value14.5 Multiple values
nthcdr11.4 Accessing Elements of Lists
null11.3 Predicates on Lists
number equality9.6 Comparison of Numbers
number-char-or-marker-p42.2 Predicates on Markers
number-or-marker-p42.2 Predicates on Markers
number-to-string10.7 Conversion of Characters and Strings
numberp9.5 Type Predicates for Numbers
numbers9. Numbers
numbers9.2 Rational Basics
numbers9.5 Type Predicates for Numbers
numbers9.5 Type Predicates for Numbers
numerator9.2 Rational Basics
numeric prefix10.10 Formatting Strings
numeric prefix argument25.9 Prefix Command Arguments
numeric prefix argument usage25.2.2 Code Characters for interactive
nunion11.7 Using Lists as Sets

obarray13.3 Creating and Interning Symbols
obarray in completion24.5.1 Basic Completion Functions
objc-mode-mapE. Standard Keymaps
object8. Lisp Data Types
object to string23.5 Output Functions
object-plist13.4.2 Property List Functions for Objects
oblique49.2.5 Font Instance Characteristics
obsolete buffer37.6 Comparison of Modification Time
occur-mode-mapE. Standard Keymaps
octal character code8.4.3 Character Type
octal character input25.6.4 Quoted Character Input
octal-escape-glyph50.3.3 Redisplay Glyphs
oddp9.5 Type Predicates for Numbers
one-window-p38.2 Splitting Windows
only-global-abbrevs46.3 Defining Abbrevs
open parenthesis character45.2.1 Table of Syntax Classes
open-database55.1 Connecting to a Database
open-dribble-file57.8.3 Recording Input
open-network-stream56.13 Network Connections
open-termscript57.9 Terminal Output
operating system environment57.3 Operating System Environment
option descriptions1.3.7.2 A Sample Variable Description
optional arguments17.2.3 Advanced Features of Argument Lists
options on command line57.1.4 Command Line Arguments
or15.3 Constructs for Combining Conditions
order of extents47.3 Extent Endpoints
ordering of windows, cyclic38.5 Cyclic Ordering of Windows
other-buffer37.8 The Buffer List
other-window38.5 Cyclic Ordering of Windows
other-window-scroll-buffer38.11 Vertical Scrolling
Outline mode43.19 Substituting for a Character Code
output from processes56.9 Receiving Output from Processes
output stream23.4 Output Streams
outside margin51.1 Annotation Basics
overflow9.1 Integer Basics
overlay arrow52.7 The Overlay Arrow
overlay-arrow-position52.7 The Overlay Arrow
overlay-arrow-string52.7 The Overlay Arrow
Overlong hex character escape8.4.3 Character Type
overriding-local-map26.7 Active Keymaps
overriding-local-mapE. Standard Keymaps
overriding-terminal-local-map26.7 Active Keymaps
overwrite-mode43.5 User-Level Insertion Commands

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