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* You can {{Keys|C-h t}}, meaning hold the Control key and press 'h' at same time, then release them and press 't', which will launch the tutorial.
 
* You can {{Keys|C-h t}}, meaning hold the Control key and press 'h' at same time, then release them and press 't', which will launch the tutorial.
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[http://david.rothlis.net/emacs/howtolearn.html How to learn Emacs] is a guide that teaches Emacs using the built-in help and the elisp source code.
  
 
== Tutorial for Emacs Lisp ==
 
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Emacs as [[lisp]] machine, most of its function is implement by [[Emacs lisp]], and you customize Emacs with [[elisp]]. Learning elisp, at least understand its syntax, can be very useful. there is a official tutorial for elisp.
 
Emacs as [[lisp]] machine, most of its function is implement by [[Emacs lisp]], and you customize Emacs with [[elisp]]. Learning elisp, at least understand its syntax, can be very useful. there is a official tutorial for elisp.
  
* you can (c-h i m Emacs Lisp Intro <enter>) to begin the tutorial.
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* you can (C-h i m Emacs Lisp Intro <enter>) to begin the tutorial.
  
 
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[[Category:Tutorial]]

Latest revision as of 15:50, 18 October 2013

Tutorial for using Emacs[edit]

The absolute mandatory way to begin learning Emacs to is to use the built-in tutorial.

  • You can [C-h t], meaning hold the Control key and press 'h' at same time, then release them and press 't', which will launch the tutorial.

How to learn Emacs is a guide that teaches Emacs using the built-in help and the elisp source code.

Tutorial for Emacs Lisp[edit]

Emacs as lisp machine, most of its function is implement by Emacs lisp, and you customize Emacs with elisp. Learning elisp, at least understand its syntax, can be very useful. there is a official tutorial for elisp.

  • you can (C-h i m Emacs Lisp Intro <enter>) to begin the tutorial.