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emacs org mode embedding source code feature doesn't support html code by default. Quite surprised by that.
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It works for me: http://i.imgur.com/xoIv7pK.png
I am on the latest org-mode version available through Melpa.
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there's lots org mode babel tutorial out there, here's my little contribution.
Emacs: Org Mode Tutorial: Embed Source Code, Literate Programing
http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_org_babel_literate_programing.html
Emacs's org-mode allows you embed language source code in the file, and you can interactively evaluate it, edit it, or export to HTML with evaluated results embedded/updated in the exported file. emacs org mode babel 2015-02-21 Emacs Org mode Babel feature. If you've never used org-mode before, ...
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#Emacs Org format is supported by github. You can write README.org. Here's cheatsheet: http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_org_markup.html
Emacs: Org Mode Markup. Buy Xah Emacs Tutorial. Master emacs benefits for life. Xah Lee. , 2015-02-08. Emacs ord-mode is a markup language, similar to markdown, but with far more features. This page lists the most frequently used markup.
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super cool example.
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Emacs Lisp: Command to Change Earth-Coordinate to Google Map Link http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/elisp_make_google-map_link.html
This page shows a emacs command to turn earth coordinate into Google Map link. Suppose you have a earth coordinate under cursor, like this: 40°42′46″N 74°00′21″W. Press a button, and it'll be changed into a Google Map link, like this: ...
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#Emacs: Stop Cursor Going into Minibuffer Prompt http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_stop_cursor_enter_prompt.html
in emacs minibuffer prompt, when you presses the left arrow key, the cursor will move back all the way over the prompt text. This is annoying because user often will hold down 【 Alt + b 】 to move back by word to edit, and when user starts to type something, emacs will say “This is read-only”.
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I have long wondered why this is not the default. (It is in XEmacs.)
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you can make emacs show arbitrary text as math symbols such as {lambda λ ,-> →, => ⇒, map ↦, …}
Emacs: Pretty Lambda λ in Emacs 24.4
http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_pretty_lambda.html
Emacs 24.4 has a nice prettify-symbols-mode . In lisp modes, it displays lambda as “λ”. 〔➤ New Features in Emacs 24.4〕. emacs pretty lambda 26110 emacs prettify-symbols-mode. Call prettify-symbols-mode to activate it. Open a emacs lisp file. (For example, call describe-function 【 F1 f 】 ...
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You can also use input methods (such a TeX) to type unicode characters. E.g. typing \lambda when using TeX input method creates a unicode lambda.

‘M-x set-input-method’
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Emacs: Newline Representation ^M ^J ^L
http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_line_ending_char.html
This page explains End Of Line (aka EOL, newline) conventions in {Windows, Unix, Mac}, and how to change them with emacs. Here's a table of unprintable ASCII characters used for newline. 〔➤ List of Unprintable ASCII Characters〕 ...
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new version of Xah Emacs Tutorial is out.
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Every keyboard review starts with “I type all day …”, but just exactly how much is your “type all day”? http://xahlee.info/kbd/how_many_keystrokes_programers_type_a_day.html
Every keyboard review starts with “I type all day …”, but just exactly how much is your “type all day”? You may be sitting in front of the computer all day, but the time your fingers actually dance on keyboard is probably less than 1 hour per day. Contrast data-entry clerks.
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Great observation!
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Keybinding Science: Emacs C-u vs Prompt
http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_key_science_C-u_vs_prompt.html
There's something interesting on keybinding science of emacs C-u system and prompt system. In summary, a compbination of C-u with prompt is better than C-u itself. Following is explanation. Emacs has a system to feed (mostly) numeric args to function when the function is called interactively.
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the best git User Interface, #emacs magit-mode  http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_magit-mode_tutorial.html
This page is a short intro to emacs's magit-mode . Magit mode is a excellent interface to the git version control system. You should already have used {git-status, git-add, git-commit, git-push, git-pull} in terminal. If not, see git real basics.
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That's in Emacs. 'git add -i' has a vaguely similar option for hunkwise addition, but it's ever so much clunkier.
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