CharRot provides an Emacs command `charrot-replace’ to replace the text before point with an arbitrary string, like the Emacs standard `abbrev-mode’. There are two main differences with `abbrev-mode’:
* Any text string can be defined as an abbreviation, not just words. (On the other hand, this means that CharRot cannot provide any case-matching feature: abbreviation and replacement are matched verbatim.)
* Replacement is not performed automatically but must be invoked by calling the command `charrot-replace’.
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