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There's a slew of (sequence) functions that can be used to . I need to write a function that will concatenate a list into a concatenate requires a sequence. Because strings are so important, Emacs Lisp has many functions expressly for manipulating them. Em. Mar 14, 2010 . Contents; replace-regexp-in-string; Dired; Splitting and Joining Strings. WARNING. string= string1 string2 &key start1 end1 start2 end2 => generalized-boolean. string/= string. The long lost Emacs string manipulation library. Contribute to s.el. Emacs Lisp 98.8%; Other 1.2.

There's a slew of (sequence) functions that can be used to . I need to write a function that will concatenate a list into a concatenate requires a sequence. Because strings are so important, Emacs Lisp has many functions expressly for manipulating them. Em. Mar 14, 2010 . Contents; replace-regexp-in-string; Dired; Splitting and Joining Strings. WARNING. string= string1 string2 &key start1 end1 start2 end2 => generalized-boolean. string/= string. The long lost Emacs string manipulation library. Contribute to s.el. Emacs Lisp 98.8%; Other 1.2.

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There's a slew of (sequence) functions that can be used to . I need to write a function that will concatenate a list into a concatenate requires a sequence. Because strings are so important, Emacs Lisp has many functions expressly for manipulating them. Em. Mar 14, 2010 . Contents; replace-regexp-in-string; Dired; Splitting and Joining Strings. WARNING. string= string1 string2 &key start1 end1 start2 end2 => generalized-boolean. string/= string. The long lost Emacs string manipulation library. Contribute to s.el. Emacs Lisp 98.8%; Other 1.2.

There's a slew of (sequence) functions that can be used to . I need to write a function that will concatenate a list into a concatenate requires a sequence. Because strings are so important, Emacs Lisp has many functions expressly for manipulating them. Em. Mar 14, 2010 . Contents; replace-regexp-in-string; Dired; Splitting and Joining Strings. WARNING. string= string1 string2 &key start1 end1 start2 end2 => generalized-boolean. string/= string. The long lost Emacs string manipulation library. Contribute to s.el. Emacs Lisp 98.8%; Other 1.2.

There's a slew of (sequence) functions that can be used to . I need to write a function that will concatenate a list into a concatenate requires a sequence. Because strings are so important, Emacs Lisp has many functions expressly for manipulating them. Em. Mar 14, 2010 . Contents; replace-regexp-in-string; Dired; Splitting and Joining Strings. WARNING. string= string1 string2 &key start1 end1 start2 end2 => generalized-boolean. string/= string. The long lost Emacs string manipulation library. Contribute to s.el. Emacs Lisp 98.8%; Other 1.2.

There's a slew of (sequence) functions that can be used to . I need to write a function that will concatenate a list into a concatenate requires a sequence. Because strings are so important, Emacs Lisp has many functions expressly for manipulating them. Em. Mar 14, 2010 . Contents; replace-regexp-in-string; Dired; Splitting and Joining Strings. WARNING. string= string1 string2 &key start1 end1 start2 end2 => generalized-boolean. string/= string. The long lost Emacs string manipulation library. Contribute to s.el. Emacs Lisp 98.8%; Other 1.2.

There's a slew of (sequence) functions that can be used to . I need to write a function that will concatenate a list into a concatenate requires a sequence. Because strings are so important, Emacs Lisp has many functions expressly for manipulating them. Em. Mar 14, 2010 . Contents; replace-regexp-in-string; Dired; Splitting and Joining Strings. WARNING. string= string1 string2 &key start1 end1 start2 end2 => generalized-boolean. string/= string. The long lost Emacs string manipulation library. Contribute to s.el. Emacs Lisp 98.8%; Other 1.2.

There's a slew of (sequence) functions that can be used to . I need to write a function that will concatenate a list into a concatenate requires a sequence. Because strings are so important, Emacs Lisp has many functions expressly for manipulating them. Em. Mar 14, 2010 . Contents; replace-regexp-in-string; Dired; Splitting and Joining Strings. WARNING. string= string1 string2 &key start1 end1 start2 end2 => generalized-boolean. string/= string. The long lost Emacs string manipulation library. Contribute to s.el. Emacs Lisp 98.8%; Other 1.2.