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Re: newbie needs to be bailed out

From: Marko Vojinovic
Subject: Re: newbie needs to be bailed out
Date: Thu, 05 Jan 2012 00:14:36 +0000
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On Wednesday 04 January 2012 18:54:31 Jai Dayal wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 2:22 PM, Kim Young <> wrote:
> > I am running Mac os x lion and I want to use emacs to try to write some
> > shell scripts for work. I am new to emacs so I would like help with some
> > very basic things.
> > 
> > 1.      What is the command to determine the version of emacs that is
> > provided with lion?
> 1) in terminal type, emacs --version

This maybe doesn't apply to the OP, but I've seen MacOSX users who don't even 
know what a "terminal" is, let alone how to open one (being a Linux user 
myself, I also had some trouble finding a way to open a terminal when I first 
sat in front of a Mac machine on one occasion).

So, is there a way to find out the emacs version from within a running emacs 
instance itself?

Best, :-)

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