If ever there is a tool that any system administrator or programmer cherishes the most, it is their text editor. This is because among the many other resources, this is the only one that he or she can wield most to expres himself or herself unreservedly. But how does one deal with console editors? This is the answer this post seeks to answer.
When working with applications on a computer, we are used to having each one do only one task and switch to another when we are done. In this post, however, I am going to show the possibility of doing more than one task in a single application: Emacs.
Plain text is important for what it can do: it makes it possible for a human to write instructions to a machine in source code. This post is going to discuss the foundation of text.
Recently, I switched to Linux. My journey to discovering it is quite fascinating, but not unique.