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Emacs facilitates looking up items in a dictionary, programmer's manual, or any similar list. The search results appearing in an Emacs buffer can then be transformed or reorganized.
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lookup Wikipedia:Lookup] notes that "In computing, lookup usually refers to searching a data structure for an item that satisfies some specified property."
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==Operational schemes==
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Here "dictionary" can mean any list of items, including programmer's manuals.
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Note that "sends a query" could be as simple as a keystroke sending a character at point or region.
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Examples:
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* Emacs searches local dictionary and displays results in a buffer
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* Emacs sends a query to another program (dictionary server) on the same machine, and displays results in a buffer
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* Emacs sends a query over a network and displays results in a buffer
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* Emacs sends a query to another program (dictionary server) on the same machine, but results are in another program, not an Emacs buffer
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* Emacs sends a query over a network, and results are displayed in another program (e.g. web browser tab)
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The [[edict|edict.el]] package searches for character at point or a region in a local dictionary such as Edict or Kanjidic, and displays results in a buffer.
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==See also==
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*[[Edict]]
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*[[Dictem]]
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==External Links==
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;[http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/LookUp Lookup]
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: can display results from CD-ROM books and online dictionaries
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; [http://xahlee.org/emacs/dictionary_lookup.html Dictionary lookup]
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: Xahlee: Emacs sends a query and displays results in a buffer
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; [http://xahlee.org/emacs/emacs_lookup_ref.html Emacs lookup]
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: Xahlee: Emacs sends a query and switches to browser for results
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;[http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/DictMode DictMode]
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: package for querying RFC 2229 dictionary servers
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[[Category:Lookup]]
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[[Category:Dictionary]]

Latest revision as of 14:38, 24 June 2012

Emacs facilitates looking up items in a dictionary, programmer's manual, or any similar list. The search results appearing in an Emacs buffer can then be transformed or reorganized.

Wikipedia:Lookup notes that "In computing, lookup usually refers to searching a data structure for an item that satisfies some specified property."

Operational schemes[edit]

Here "dictionary" can mean any list of items, including programmer's manuals.

Note that "sends a query" could be as simple as a keystroke sending a character at point or region.

Examples:

  • Emacs searches local dictionary and displays results in a buffer
  • Emacs sends a query to another program (dictionary server) on the same machine, and displays results in a buffer
  • Emacs sends a query over a network and displays results in a buffer
  • Emacs sends a query to another program (dictionary server) on the same machine, but results are in another program, not an Emacs buffer
  • Emacs sends a query over a network, and results are displayed in another program (e.g. web browser tab)

The edict.el package searches for character at point or a region in a local dictionary such as Edict or Kanjidic, and displays results in a buffer.

See also[edit]

External Links[edit]

Lookup
can display results from CD-ROM books and online dictionaries
Dictionary lookup
Xahlee: Emacs sends a query and displays results in a buffer
Emacs lookup
Xahlee: Emacs sends a query and switches to browser for results
DictMode
package for querying RFC 2229 dictionary servers