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Re: text editors




>>>>> "d" == deloptes  <deloptes@xxxxxxxxx> writes:

d> John Hasler wrote:
>> In fact, much of what we now know as Emacs *is* extensions written
>> in Elisp and many more extensions are available.  You no more need
>> to know Elisp to use them or to install additional ones than you
>> need to know C to use Vim.

d> I prefer learning C ;-)

http://www.paulgraham.com/rootsoflisp.html

" It seems to me that there have been two really clean, consistent
models of programming so far: the C model and the Lisp model. These
two seem points of high ground, with swampy lowlands between them. As
computers have grown more powerful, the new languages being developed
have been moving steadily toward the Lisp model."

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\/                 coltivatore diretto di software       not install
     già sistemista a tempo (altrui) perso...                Debian"

Warning: gnome-config-daemon considered more dangerous than GOTO