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  1: Introduction
  2: Simple example
  3: Invocation
  4: Finer Control
  5: X-Y Plots
  6: Contour Plots
  7: Image Plots
  8: Examples
  9: Gri Commands
  10: Programming
  11: Environment
  12: Emacs Mode
  13: History
  14: Installation
  15: Gri Bugs
  16: Test Suite
  17: Gri in Press
  18: Acknowledgments
  19: License

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12.4.7: Inserting gri code fragments in Emacs

Since gri version 1.063, gri has special commands that begin with a question mark `?'. These special commands have no options, and are composed only of standard gri commands. Their purpose is to provide a short-cut for entering many lines of gri at once (e.g. bits of sample code about contouring grids, or your own preamble which you use at the time to set fonts and line widths).

`gri-complete' acts in a special way with these commands, by replacing the abbreviated name which you are completing by all the lines contained within the gri command.

The user is allowed to define new fragments in `~/.grirc', and also to override the gri system fragments. You can therefore fine-tune gri's fragments to your taste. To see the names of all gri fragments, type in a question mark at the beginning of a line in a gri buffer and press `M-Tab' twice to `gri-complete' it and display possible choices. The gri commands used to replace them are found in the `*gri-syntax*' buffer.

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