When you are using the X Window System, every non-control character has a corresponding control character variant.
The particular form of copyleft used by the GNU project is called the GNU General Public License. See Copying.
defun. See Defuns.
Some people use the term ``pathname'' for file names, but we do not; we use the word ``path'' only in the term ``search path'' (q.v.).
next-line. See Keymaps.
The Emacs kill commands set the primary selection and the yank command uses the primary selection when appropriate. See Killing.
load-pathholds a search path for finding Lisp library files. See Lisp Libraries.
Data consisting of a sequence of characters, as opposed to binary numbers, images, graphics commands, executable programs, and the like. The contents of an Emacs buffer are always text in this sense.
Data consisting of written human language, as opposed to programs, or following the stylistic conventions of human language.