reformats n paragraphs from the cursor position onwards. If
n is not specified, it is assumed to be one. The paragraphs are
formatted relatively to the value of the right margin as set by the
RightMargin command. See RightMargin.
ne’s notion of a paragraph includes the current non-blank line
(regardless of its leading white space) and all subsequent non-blank lines
that have identical (to each other’s—not to the first line’s) leading
white space. Therefore your paragraphs can have various first line
indentations and left margins.
Paragraph also takes into account
characters commonly used at the left edge of block comments (‘/’,
‘*’, ‘#’, spaces, and tabs) or quoted email (‘>’), and
attempts to preserve those on the left edge when possible.
Paragraph command completes, your cursor will be
positioned on the first non-blank character after the last reformatted
paragraph (or, if there is no such character, at the end of the document).
Paragraph does not insert “smart” spaces after full stops and colons,
nor does it do other “smart” things such as justification. If you need such
facilities, you should consider using a text formatter. TeX for example is
usually an excellent choice.