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Product: Emacs Reference Card

GNU Emacs, a screen editor available for Linux, many other Unix Systems, and other platforms, is summarized in this reference card for Versions 18 and 19.

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Retail Price: US$ 4.50
Manufacturer: SSC
Category: QckCrd
Shipping Weight: 0.08 lbs
Dimensions: 3.5" x 8.5" x .1"
ISBN-Code: 0-916151-83-2

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Part#: 00280
Item Code: None
Version: 7/1995
Classification: G
UPC-Code: None

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Product: GNU Emacs Reference Card, Further Information

Written by Dennis Gentry
July 1995
18 panels

System Requirements:

An interest in GNU Emacs, and the ability to read English.

Further Information:

This reference card is for Versions 18 and 19 of GNU Emacs.

It is designed as a learning aid for the newcomer and as a quick reference for the experienced Emacs user. The card covers most of the available Emacs commands and modes.

Cutting and pasting, command conventions, programming functions, and multiple buffers are some of the features descibed. Emacs has modes to make editing more convenient. The reference describes major and minor modes, with detailed sections on outline mode and picture mode and a separate section on programming support.

See also Learning GNU Emacs.

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