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27.4.2 Changing Key Bindings

You can redefine an Emacs key by changing its entry in a keymap.  You
can change the global keymap, in which case the change is effective in
all major modes except those that have their own overriding local
definitions for the same key.  Or you can change the current buffer's
local map, which affects all buffers using the same major mode.

Interactive Rebinding
Changing Key Bindings Interactively
Programmatic Rebinding
Changing Key Bindings Programmatically
Key Bindings Using Strings
Using Strings for Changing Key Bindings

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