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Great Apps to Take Notes
There is a wide range of competent note taking software for Linux, and it is difficult for a single article to provide coverage to them all. Instead, I have compiled this roundup of my pick of 5 excellent note applications for organizing, sharing, and taking notes.

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Tcl/tk
a very simple programming language. If you have programmed before, you can learn enough to write interesting Tcl programs within a few hours

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  • GNU Emacs and XEmacs
    by Larry Ayers: details all of Emacs' features and describes how other people are finding uses for it as well. It describes the different options available with Emacs and demonstrates how to integrate daily computing functions into one powerful program
  • GNU Emacs Manual
    by Richard M. Stallman: a complete guide to editing with Emacs. It explains advanced features, including outline mode and regular expression search; how to use special programming modes to write languages like C++ and TeX; how to compile and correct code; how to make your own keybindings; and other elementary customizations
  • GNU Emacs Manual, For Version 21, 15th Edition
    by Richard M. Stallman: This book picks up where the introductory on-line tutorial included with Emacs ends. It explains the full range of Emacs' power and contains reference material useful to expert users. Appendixes with specific material for MacIntosh and Microsoft OS users are included.
  • Gnu Emacs Pocket Reference
    by Debra Cameron, Gigi Estabrook (Editor): a handy reference guide to the basic elements of this powerful editor, presenting the Emacs commands in an easy-to-use tabular format
  • Gnu Emacs: Unix Text Editing and Programming
    by Michael A. Schoonover, John S. Bowie, William R. Arnold: This book discusses GNU Emacs programming modes for C, FORTRAN, LISP, and even Pascal. These modes allow you to do syntax-direct editing, compiling, comment insertion, automatic program indentation, multiple-file search-and-replace operations (with tag files), and source documenting (with ChangeLog files).
  • Learning GNU Emacs, Third Edition
    by Debra Cameron, James Elliott, Marc Loy, Eric Raymond, Bill Rosenblatt: The third edition of Learning GNU Emacs describes Emacs 21.3 from the ground up, including new user interface features such as an icon-based toolbar and an interactive interface to Emacs customization. A new chapter details how to install and run Emacs on Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux, including tips for using Emacs effectively on those platforms.
  • Programming in Emacs Lisp: An Introduction
    by Robert Chassell: this is an elementary introduction to programming in Emacs Lisp for people who are not programmers, and who are not necessarily interested in programming, but who do want to customize or extend their computing environment
  • Sams Teach Yourself Emacs in 24 Hours
    by Jesper Pedersen (Editor), Jari Aalto (Editor), Charles Curley, Eric Ludlam, Larry Ayers, Jeff Koch: helps simplify the program by organizing Emacs by function and platform. Included is a full-color tear-out card with key combinations. More than a guide to using GNU Emacs, the book also teaches the basics of other forms of Emacs such as XEmacs
  • The craft of text editing : Emacs for the modern world
    by Craig A. Finseth: provides detailed coverage of all aspects of the design of text editors. Since the principles involved in designing and building text editors apply to other large software systems, this volume also serves as a guide to software project design



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