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Editing Without Unbalanced Parentheses
Put parentheses around next sexp(s) (`insert-parentheses').
Move past next close parenthesis and re-indent
The commands `M-(' (`insert-parentheses') and `M-)'
and-reindent') are designed to facilitate a style of editing which
keeps parentheses balanced at all times. `M-(' inserts a pair of
parentheses, either together as in `()', or, if given an argument,
around the next several sexps, and leaves point after the open
parenthesis. Instead of typing `( F O O )', you can type `M-( F O O',
which has the same effect except for leaving the cursor before the
close parenthesis. You can then type `M-)', which moves past the close
parenthesis, deletes any indentation preceding it (in this example
there is none), and indents with LFD after it.
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