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A Practical Guide to Red Hat® Linux® 8 by Mark G. Sobell

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Resources for emacs

A lot of emacs documentation is available in both paper and electronic form. This section lists some of the sources.

The emacs Web Ring

The emacs Web ring (page 1501) has its home at www.gnusoftware.com/WebRing. It provides a wide variety of information, including a site for programmers who “are being forced to learn how to use the emacs editor after years of using the UNIX standard vi editor” (grok2.tripod.com).

Usenet emacs FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

If you have access to Usenet, many newsgroups now maintain a file of frequently asked questions (FAQ) and their answers. An excellent emacs FAQ file that addresses more than 125 common questions is available; copies of it can be found in the newsgroups gnu.emacs.help, ...

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