GNU Emacs Manual
by Richard Stallman
Publisher: Free Software Foundation 2007
Number of pages: 561
GNU Emacs is much more than a word processor; over the years it has expanded into and entire workflow environment. This book picks up where the introductory on-line tutorial ends. It explains the full range of Emacs' power and contains reference material useful to expert users. Appendices with specific material for Macintosh and Microsoft OS users are included.
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