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Re: Why do you use emacs?

From: address@hidden
Subject: Re: Why do you use emacs?
Date: Sun, 11 May 2003 13:48:46 -0400
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Artur Hefczyc wrote:

> Hello,
> I am currently working on emacs guide designed for
> Java developers but not only. I would like to put one
> section somewhere with title
> "Why to use Emacs?"
> My idea is to include there opinions from real emacs users.
> So my question is: Could you please send me the most
> important reason for you why you use emacs instead of
> other modern IDEs?
> If you send your comments with your name I will include your
> sentences as citation with it's author name
> I can receive your comments from my e-mail box:
> address@hidden
> or from this group.
> The test version of this guide is here:
> regards
> Artur Hefczyc
> --
> Artur Hefczyc                                address@hidden
> Open Source Developer

I don't know if my being a writer is pertinent to your topic.

I use Emacs as a writer because of its enormous number of editing commands. 
Since most writing is rewriting, having a more powerful set of editing 
tools is quite useful.


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