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How to exclude whole headings and their contents from word counting

For certain articles, one does not need certain sections to be counted in the final word count. How to signal this in an Orgmode buffer? Perhaps there is a tag or similar feature to do this on the ...
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How to count the number of characters in the marked (selected) region?

I know how to count the number of words. How to count the number of characters in the marked (selected) region?
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Sorting counts in descending order

Have the following code that counts the number of times words are used. I want to list the results sorted by the number of counts. (defun rk-word-analysis (reg-beg reg-end) "Count ...
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Counting opening and closing brace marks by specifying the mark

I have the following code to count the number of opening and closing brackets in a selected region. How can I allow a user to select the bracketing sign (,[,{ to count, and return two counts, one for ...
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count-matches' result in kill-ring?

I'm trying to create a keyboard macro to generate a report which displays the number of times a certain string occurs. I have two buffers, with all the strings to look for(on a separate line) the ...
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Display word count in modeline without lag

Problem Stopped using wc-mode as it is not snappy anymore (as text writing usually is) with text document of 10k words. It appears that it counts the whole buffer after every change which seems to ...
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alphabetic keyboard macro "counter"?

I very much {like, use} the kmacro-*-counter family of commands. However I sometimes find myself needing to generate alphabetic sequences (e.g., A, B, C, ...) instead of integer sequences (e.g., 1, 2, ...
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