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See also: Editors
Other modules that can be found in standard distribution include:
- a very good calculator
- an e-mail client
- a news reader
- a calendar
- a religion
- An Audio Desktop
- ... and many more.
There are modes to emulate other classic editors (including ed, vi, wordstar, edt) and there are multiple language modes for syntax highlighting and intenting (i.e. C, C++, Fortran...). It also can accept input in any of 20 different languages including Arabic, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean.
- EmacsWiki - A good source for Emacs-related info.
- Unofficial Emacs Forum - hosted by Nabble archiving Emacs mailing lists into a searchable forum.