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Chapter 4 - But this is a learning exercise, yes?


I have a little cheatsheet for psgml, which I probably should insert here at some point.

How about right here?

     C-c <'    insert a tag
     
     C-c C-e'  Insert start and end-tags
     
     C-c C-i'  Inserts a new element
     
     C-c C-r'  Makes the region into a new element
     
     C-c /'    Inserts an end-tag
     
     C-c RET'  Split the current element

Already I am beginning to feel the old level of comfort with composing text in emacs, as in when I was really writing and getting paid for it lo those many years ago. My chosen tool chain then was DocBook, first of course with sgml but then gradually making the move to xml since it seemed like the coming thing and there are some formatting and printing tricks that are much easier in xml than sgml.

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