[ESS] Why is C-c C-l so fast?

Seth Falcon sethfalcon at gmail.com
Mon Aug 28 20:49:47 CEST 2006

"Kevin Wright" <kwright68 at gmail.com> writes:

> For a long time I've used C-c C-f and C-c C-r to re-load functions and
> regions into R.  I've been delighted to recently discover C-c C-l, but
> now I'm left wondering why it is so amazingly fast compared to the
> previous methods I used?

Perhaps because it does not echo the output?

You might compare with C-u C-c C-f.  Setting the universal prefix
(C-u) turns off the echoing and is faster in my experience.

+ seth

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