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Re: Code formatting question

What is impressive is that even though Jason says that he is
not a programmer, he  took the trouble to find out what is
available --in stark contrast to many who never read any of
the online help (and then lament there is no online

In addition to Emacspeak's builtin feature of speaking the
indentation of a line, 
Emacs has many powerful features for taking advantage of
structured code-- one feature that is very useful when
working with speech output is Emacs' selective-display
feature which will hide text at or beyond a specified
indentation level.
>>>>> "Jason" == Jason White <jasonw@ariel.ucs.unimelb.EDU.AU> writes:

    Jason> When editing Emacs Lisp files (and I am sure that
    Jason> the same holds for other programming languages),
    Jason> Emacspeak announces the level of indentation when
    Jason> executing the previous-line and next-line
    Jason> commands.

    Jason> I am sure that there are other helpful functions
    Jason> in this area as well, but since programming is
    Jason> not my field of expertise I can't be more
    Jason> specific.

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