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Read Files Contents Into A Temporary Emacs Buffer With Lisp

October 2022

This started as an example way to read file contents. It's also the code that is setup to use END in a file.

This reads a file into a temporary buffer, deletes everything up to the first occurance of the word `brown`, and then outputs what's left.

 (insert-file-contents "input.txt")
 (goto-char (point-max))
  (search-forward "__END__" nil nil -1))
  (search-forward "__END__\n" nil nil))
 (append-to-file nil nil "output.txt"))
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