Emacs is a text editor with many features for both programmers and tech-savvy users. The main feature of Emacs is the ability to customize the program to your needs by using functions written in the Lisp programming language.
Emacs has three modes - basic, main and extra. You can insert and delete text, work with files and perform other standard operations in basic mode; you can edit files, choose the markup text language and tune the mode under the programming language in the main mode; you can highlight individual lines of the code and display the function names to your source program in extra mode.
- Three modes for maximum user convenience.
- "All in one" functionality allows you to customize the program to fit your needs.
- Ability to modify the program using the Lisp programming language.
- Ability to assign hotkeys to all program operations.
- Ability to use extensions not only for text and application development, but also for socializing, listening to music, reading news etc.
- Ability to perform program debugs after each buffer changes.
- Complete built-in documentation not only for the program itself, but also for the Lisp programming language.