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"You don't have to like Emacs to like it" -- this seemingly paradoxical statement is the secret of GNU Emacs. The plain, `out of the box' Emacs is a generic tool. Most people who use it, customize it to suit themselves.
GNU Emacs is mostly written in Emacs Lisp; this means that by writing expressions in Emacs Lisp you can change or extend Emacs.
Emacs' Default Configuration 16.1 Site-wide Initialization Files You can write site-wide init files. 16.2 Specifying Variables using
Emacs will write code for you. 16.3 Beginning a `.emacs' File How to write a
16.4 Text and Auto Fill Mode Automatically wrap lines. 16.5 Mail Aliases Use abbreviations for email addresses. 16.6 Indent Tabs Mode Don't use tabs with TeX 16.7 Some Keybindings Create some personal keybindings. 16.8 Keymaps More about key binding. 16.9 Loading Files Load (i.e., evaluate) files automatically. 16.10 Autoloading Make functions available. 16.11 A Simple Extension:
Define a function; bind it to a key. 16.12 X11 Colors Colors in version 19 in X. 16.13 Miscellaneous Settings for a `.emacs' File 16.14 A Modified Mode Line How to customize your mode line.
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