I have written a number of Reference Cards (Cheat Sheets). All of these consist of two A4 pages.
Fortran 90 Reference Card
Contents: Data Types, Control Constructs, Program Structure, Intrinsic Procedures, Input/Output
Vim Reference Card
Contents: Movements; Insertion & Replace; Deletion; Insert Mode; Search & Substitution; Standard Mode Formatting/Filtering; Visual Mode; Undoing; Repeating & Registers; Copying; Patterns; Spell Checking; Marks, Motions and Tags; Multiple Files / Buffers; Scrolling & Multi-Windowing; Misc Ex Commands; Ex Ranges; Completion; Folding, Compiling, Miscellaneous.
Python 2.5 Reference Card
Contents: variable types (numbers, sequences, sets, strings and regular expressions), basic syntax, object orientation and modules, exception handling, system interaction, input/output, standard library
LatexSuite Reference Card
This is my (unfinished) quick reference card for the LatexSuite plugin package for vim.
Contents: Latex-Suite Macros, Environment Macros, Font Macros, Greek and Auc-Tex Bindings, Alt Key Macros, Latex Completion, Compiling, Viewing, Searching, Folding, Multiple File Projects, Latex-Suite Commands, Misc Settings and Tricks.
Perl Reference Card
Contents: variable types, basic syntax, references and data structures, system interaction, input/output, regular expressions, object-oriented perl and modules, and one-liners.
This is my Regular/Latin1 ASCII Table. Also see the blog posts about the ASCII table
- ascii.tex Latex Source Code (to be compiled with XeTeX)
- ascii_a4.pdf Version for A4 sized paper
- ascii_letter.pdf Version for letter sized paper
- ascii.png PNG version
Other Reference Cards
The reference cards were not written by me, but I find them extremely useful: