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  > Maybe. But there are still examples where it is spoken about characters,
  > like

  > "... the keymap for the @file{*scratch*} buffer (using Lisp Interaction
  > mode) is a sparse keymap in which the entry for @key{ESC},
  > @acronym{ASCII} code 27, is another sparse keymap."

I don't understand the distinction you're trying to make.  The index
of an entry in a keymap is always a kind of event.  In this case,
it is ESC, which is a keyboard key.  So why would @key
not be correct?

Dr Richard Stallman
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