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Re: Is there any good website for emacs newbie?

From: SimpleCode
Subject: Re: Is there any good website for emacs newbie?
Date: 3 May 2007 22:31:30 -0700
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William Case 写道:
> Hi SimpleCode;
> I am a newbie as well.  There are lots of tutorials around, but the one
> that did the most for me was:
> For two years I learnt emacs by rote and by copying.  Everything I tried
> to do lead to errors and frustration.  It has taken me 5 or 6
> intermittent hours of following the text and trying the few samples in
> the emacs-lisp-intro to finally get it.  The intro is well written,
> clear and covers the main concepts at a learnable pace.  Now that I
> understand basic concepts of how emacs and lisp work, I love it.
> The site mentioned above is an HTML version of the GNU emacs-lisp intro
> -- take your pick; the content is the same.
> On Thu, 2007-05-03 at 19:27 -0700, SimpleCode wrote:
> > I am a emacs newbie but I like it.
> >
> It is worth the trouble.

Hi Bill, I have the same feeling.
I always think the Emacs which is hard to use.So I normally use VIM. I
thought it is comfortable for me.
I just want to try Emacs because of the various Plug-in in it, and
they are very powerful, especially for the programmer.

By the way, I don't wanna learn the emacs-lisp, also I don't know
should I.
Regards Lung

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