My vim-using co-worker came by, and since he wanted to do something with files on my PC, I installed evil-mode to allow him to do this more efficiently (vim user trying to accomplish anything in emacs is a sad view). Now I've got a problem: I don't know how to quit evil-mode! I want to turn it off; how can I do that?
You should also be able to
C-z to enter normal emacs mode, and then another
C-z to go back to evil.
Finally, I'm free! To exit evil-mode, you need to press
: (so that you go into command mode, or whatever it's called), and input
evil-mode, then RET. So, just input
:evil-mode and press enter. Voila!