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CS540: Artificial Intelligence
 

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Computer Science Department, Colorado State University Spring 1997
Basic Emacs Editor Commands
1 Overview of Emacs
Emacs is another editor available in UNIX. Like VI, Emacs is a screen editor. Unlike VI, Emacs is not an
insertion mode editor, meaning that any character typed in Emacs is automatically inserted into the file,
unless it includes a command prefix.
Commands in Emacs are either control characters (hold down the [CONTROL] key while typing another
character) or are prefixed by one of a set of reserved characters: [ESC] or [CONTROL]X. [ESC] can be
typed by itself (because it really is a character) and then followed by another character; [CONTROL] must
be held down while the next character is being typed. The conventions for describing these characters (since

  

Source: Anderson, Charles W. - Department of Computer Science, Colorado State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences