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Useful Operations in Emacs ========================== H.L. Learn emacs. Gain efficiency. C stands for Ctrl key. M stands for Alt key. C-x stands for pressing Ctrl and x at the same time. M-x stands for pressing Alt and x at the same time. C-M stands for pressing Ctrl and Alt at the same time. C-x C-f stands for pressing Ctrl and x at the same time, and then pressing Ctrl and f at the same time. C-M-a stands for pressing Ctrl, Alt, and a at the same time. Here is a list of commands that I frequently use. emacs & open emacs emacs -nw open emacs with no window emacs -nw a.txt open a.txt using emacs without window 1. For all text file -------------------- C-x C-f open a file C-x C-w save as C-x C-s save file C-x s save all opened files C-x k close a file M-x pwd path of a file C-x b switch between current file and previous file C-x C-b list all opened files in another window C-x 2 split window up-down C-x 3 split window left-right C-x 1 close other windows C-x o move cursor to another window C-x { change size of window C-x } change size of window C-x ^ make window taller C-x 4 f open file in another window C-x 4 d open directory in another window
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2011 for the course CSC 180 taught by Professor Na during the Fall '01 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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