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I am trying to associate the keyboard shortcut Control + F10 with gud-step in GUD in Emacs.

I thought the following would do the trick, but it doesn't:

(define-key gud-mode-map '[C-f10] 'gud-step)


My mistake. The above actually works. Sorry for the confusion. Instead of deleting the question, we can close this thread in case anybody ever needs to set up a similar keyboard shortcut.

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closed as too localized by Gilles, Mat, Michael Mrozek Feb 12 '12 at 19:38

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Works for me. What happens when you press C-f10? –  Gilles Feb 11 '12 at 23:07
You are right @Guilles. Sorry for the confusion. We can close the thread if you or others want. –  user815423426 Feb 11 '12 at 23:20
By the way, @Guilles, to clarify, the problem is that I was using the keyboard shortcut on the buffer with the code, and not on the buffer where pdb was running. It would be great if I could trigger the shortcut from the buffer with the code as well. I will probably ask a question about this in a separate thread. –  user815423426 Feb 11 '12 at 23:23
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