A frame mean a graphical window or terminal screen occupied by Emacs.
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GNU Emacs Manual ,
1 The Organization of the Screen
On a graphical display, such as on GNU/Linux using the X Window
System, Emacs occupies a graphical window. On a text terminal,
Emacs occupies the entire terminal screen. <span>We will use the term
frame to mean a graphical window or terminal screen occupied by
Emacs. Emacs behaves very similarly on both kinds of frames. It
normally starts out with just one frame, but you can create additional
frames if you wish (see Frames).
Each frame consis
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