: Learning GNU Emacs, 3rd Edition

TableE-25.Important modes

TableE-25.Important modes

TableE-25.Important modes

Mode Function
fundamental-mode The default mode
text-mode Major mode for writing text (Chapter 2)
outline-mode Major mode for writing outlines (Chapter 7)
picture-mode Major mode for creating ASCII drawings using the keyboard (Chapter 7)
html-mode Major mode for writing HTML (Chapter 8)
sgml-mode Major mode for writing SGML and XML (Chapter 8)
latex-mode Major mode for formatting files for TEX and LATEX (Chapter 8)
c-mode, c++-mode Major mode for writing C and C++, and Java programs (Chapter 9)
java-mode Major mode for writing Java programs (Chapter 9)
perl-mode, cperl-mode Major modes for writing Perl programs (Chapter 9)
sql-mode Major mode for interacting with databases using SQL (Chapter 9)
emacs-lisp-mode Major mode for writing Emacs Lisp functions (Chapter 9 and Chapter 11)
lisp-mode Major mode for writing Lisp programs (Chapter 9 and Chapter 11)
lisp-interaction-mode Major mode for writing and evaluating Lisp expressions (Chapter 9 and Chapter 11)
auto-fill-mode Minor mode that enables word wrap (Chapter 2)
overwrite-mode Minor mode that replaces characters as you type instead of inserting them (Chapter 2)
flyspell-mode Minor mode for flyspell spell-checker (Chapter 3)
flyspell-prog-mode Minor mode for spell-checking programs with flyspell (Chapter 3)
abbrev-mode Minor mode for word abbreviations (Chapter 3)
artist-mode Minor mode for creating ASCII drawings using the mouse (Chapter 7)
font-lock-mode Minor mode for highlighting text in colors and fonts (Chapter 9)
vc-mode Minor mode for using version control systems (Chapter 12)


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