Intermediate Emacs Hacking

Turn Emacs into your editor of choice with this easy customization tool.

Charles Curley (www.charlescurley.com) teaches Linux at two Wyoming colleges. He also writes software and articles and books, using open-source software tools such as Emacs. His desktop has been a “Microsoft Free Zone” for more than three years, and he contributed to Sams' Teach Yourself Emacs in 24 Hours (ISBN: 0-672-31594-7).

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