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Essential tips and tricks for the Emacs editing environment

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Master the rich features of the Emacs editor. It's unlike any other program you're likely to have encountered. Delve into the depths of its most advanced editing commands that have made it famous.

  • Part 1: Learn the basics of Emacs
  • Part 2: Learn the essential modes and editing features of Emacs
  • Part 3: Advanced Emacs text operations
  • Part 4: Options, registers, and bookmarks
  • Part 5: Shape your Emacs view
  • Part 6: Customize your Emacs world
  • Part 7: Let Emacs help you out

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