Hello World

This is simply a demo page to show off the features of this blog. Don’t expect too much here. In the software world, everything begins with Hello World. This is the beginning of my blog. Let’s see how this will go. This page stands to test the features of this Emacs org-mode based website.

To begin with, let’s see how code blocks in different language be handled. This should be pretty smooth, and cool .

Hello World in C Programming

Checking the capabilities of the blog engine is the first thing to be done. So, how will we write Hello World in C Programming?

#include <stdio.h>

main (void)
  printf ("Hello World!\n");

  /* Implicit in c99+ */
  return 0;

Hello World in Emacs lisp

Now let's try this in elisp. The code below will print “Hello World!” to the echo area. To run the program, put the cursor at end of the paren and press C-x C-e

(message "Hello World!")
;; Put the cursor here  ^