Search: Language:. Mac uses Cmd instead of Ctrl. Standard shortcuts for cursor navigation are also supported. The following are new commands that combine the functionality of several similar commands into one. This way, you have one single command with one single shortcut to remember.

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Read a file into Emacs. Save a file back to disk. Save all files. Insert contents of another file into this buffer. Replace this file with another file. Write buffer to specified file. Toggle read only status of buffer. Suspend or iconify Emacs. Exit Emacs completely. Remove help window. Scroll help window. Show commands matching a string. Describe the function a key runs. Describe a function. Get mode specific information. Abort partially typed or executing command. Undo an unwanted change.

Redraw garbaged screen. Search forward. Search backward. Regular expression search. Reverse regular expression search. Select previous search string. Select next later search string. Exit incremental search. Undo effect of last character. Abort current search. Character - backward. Character - forward. Word - backward. Word - forward. Line - backward. Line - forward. Go to line beginning.

Go to line ending. Sentence - backward. Sentence - forward. Paragraph - backward. Paragraph - forward. Page - backward. Page - forward. Go to beginning of buffer. Go to end of buffer. Scroll to next screen. Scroll to previous screen. Scroll left. Scroll right. Scroll current line to center, top, bottom. Go to line. Go to character. Back to indentation. Character delete, not kill - backward. Character delete, not kill - forward. Line to end of - backward. Line to end of - forward.

Kill region. Copy region to kill ring. Yank back last thing killed. Replace last yank with previous kill. Set mark here. Exchange point and mark. Set mark arg words away. Mark paragraph. Mark page. Mark sexp. Mark function. Mark entire buffer. Replace this one, go to next. Skip to next without replacing.

Replace all remaining matches. Back up to the previous match. Exit query-replace. Enter recursive edit. Exit recursive edit. Delete all other windows. Delete all other windows for frame. Split window, above and below. Split window, above and below for frame. Delete this window. Delete this window for frame. Split window, side by side. Scroll other window. Switch cursor to another window. Switch cursor to another window for frame. Select buffer in other window. Select buffer in other window for frame.

Display buffer in other window. Display buffer in other window for frame. Find file in other window. Find file in other window for frame. Find file read-only in other window. Find file read-only in other window for frame. Run Dired in other window. Run Dired in other window for frame. Find tag in other window. Find tag in other window for frame. Grow window taller. Shrink window smaller. Grow window wider.


Emacs Keys Basics

It also supports the Vim key bindings by installing the evil package M-x package-install evil. Note: The Emacs standard key bindings can be overridden by user configuration or modes like cua-mode or evil mode that emulates VI. Notes: This key bindings are overridden by cua-mode and C-x cuts the selected text in this mode. Dired mode provides a file manager in Emacs and it allows to browser directories, open files, apply operations like copy, move, rename on multiple files and apply shell commands on files.


Mastering Emacs

Altering the key bindings in Emacs should not, on the face of it, be a difficult task. This guide will assume that you have little or no knowledge of elisp. Almost all of Emacs is written in Emacs-Lisp weighing in at roughly 1. So if you type C-u 10 f you will see ffffffffff printed on your screen. As you can see, every keypress — even elemental ones like typing a character on the screen — has an associated key binding that you can modify or even remove.


Emacs Key Bindings


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