c-indent-command is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `
(c-indent-command &optional ARG)
Indent current line as C code, and/or insert some whitespace.
If `c-tab-always-indent' is t, always just indent the current line.
If nil, indent the current line only if point is at the left margin or
in the line's indentation; otherwise insert some whitespace[*]. If
other than nil or t, then some whitespace[*] is inserted only within
literals (comments and strings), but the line is always reindented.
If `c-syntactic-indentation' is t, indentation is done according to
the syntactic context. A numeric argument, regardless of its value,
means indent rigidly all the lines of the expression starting after
point so that this line becomes properly indented. The relative
indentation among the lines of the expression is preserved.
If `c-syntactic-indentation' is nil, the line is just indented one
step according to `c-basic-offset'. In this mode, a numeric argument
indents a number of such steps, positive or negative, and an empty
prefix argument is equivalent to -1.
[*] The amount and kind of whitespace inserted is controlled by the
variable `c-insert-tab-function', which is called to do the actual
insertion of whitespace. Normally the function in this variable
just inserts a tab character, or the equivalent number of spaces,
depending on the variable `indent-tabs-mode'.