[ESS] elisp code: show function arguments

Patrick Drechsler patrick at pdrechsler.de
Tue Apr 3 00:12:05 CEST 2007

Sven Hartenstein <lists at svenhartenstein.de> writes:

> I wrote an emacs lisp function that shows a R-function's arguments and
> their default values on a single keystroke or as you type the opening
> paranthesis ("(") after a function name. People like me who can't
> remember all the parameter's names can thus very easily see them.

Very useful -- thanks for sharing this Sven!

In the movie Ghostbusters, there's a sign in the background of
one scene that says, "Danger! 10,000 Ohms!" I cannot explain to
laymen why people like me think that is uproariously funny.
-- Steven den Beste

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