Emacs

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Q&A

Q: What conventions are there for Emacs' designation of key bindings?

Although Emacs' key bindings are notoriously long, they aren't all necessarily chosen randomly. In general, they are designated in accordance with three rules:

  1. C-x reserved for Emacs native essential keybindings.
  2. C-c reserved for users. Specifically, C-c letter allocated for minor modes, C-c C-letter allocated for major modes.
  3. Don't bind C-h following any prefix character, including C-c.

For an in-depth discussion, see this reddit post referencing this manual page.