The C-h p command lets you search the standard Emacs Lisp libraries by topic keywords. Here is a partial list of keywords you can use:
abbrev --- abbreviation handling, typing shortcuts, macros. bib --- support for the bibliography processor
bib. c --- C and C++ language support. calendar --- calendar and time management support. comm --- communications, networking, remote access to files. data --- support for editing files of data. docs --- support for Emacs documentation. emulations --- emulations of other editors. extensions --- emacs Lisp language extensions. faces --- support for using faces (fonts and colors; see section Using Multiple Typefaces). frames --- support for Emacs frames and window systems. games --- games, jokes and amusements. hardware --- support for interfacing with exotic hardware. help --- support for on-line help systems. hypermedia --- support for links within text, or other media types. i18n --- internationalization and alternate character-set support. internal --- code for Emacs internals, build process, defaults. languages --- specialized modes for editing programming languages. lisp --- support for using Lisp (including Emacs Lisp). local --- libraries local to your site. maint --- maintenance aids for the Emacs development group. mail --- modes for electronic-mail handling. matching --- searching and matching. news --- support for netnews reading and posting. non-text --- support for editing files that are not ordinary text. oop --- support for object-oriented programming. outlines --- hierarchical outlining. processes --- process, subshell, compilation, and job control support. terminals --- support for terminal types. tex --- support for the TeX formatter. tools --- programming tools. unix --- front-ends/assistants for, or emulators of, Unix features. vms --- support code for VMS. wp --- word processing.
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