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22.2 Key Hooks

Hook: unbound-key-hook

Called when an key or pointer event has been received which there is no binding for. The hook functions return no arguments. This is an or-type hookk—the first function that returns non-nil will terminate the hook call.

Under normal circumstances, an unbound key release causes a throw to top-level. Adding any function to this hook suppresses that behavior.