Major Section: MISCELLANEOUS
Examples: :disabledp foo ; returns a list of all disabled runes whose base ; symbol is foo (see rune) (disabledp 'foo) ; same as above (i.e., :disabledp foo) :disabledp (:rewrite bar . 1) ; returns t if the indicated rune is ; disabled, else nil (disabledp (:rewrite bar . 1)); same as immediately above
Also see pr, which gives much more information about the rules associated with a given event.
Disabledp takes one argument, an event name (see events) other than
nil or a rune. In the former case it returns the list of disabled
runes associated with that name, in the sense that the rune's ``base symbol''
is that name (see rune) or, if the event named is a
then the list of disabled runes associated with the function corresponding to
that macro name, if any (see macro-aliases-table). In the latter case,
where the argument is a rune,
t if the rune is