Q. Who remembers the "see" editor for the ibm pc?

From: Chad Fernandez <fernande_at_internet1.net>
Date: Sat Sep 15 00:33:15 2001

I have a "see.com" that I picked up somewhere. It isn't an editor,
However. Just a viewer as far as I can tell. It's nice because you can
scroll up, not just down like when you type, "type file.txt | more".

Chad Fernandez
Michigan, USA

Carlos Murillo wrote:
> I just realized that every now and then I still use the first
> editor that I learned for the ibm pc, whenever I'm too
> lazy or don't need the power of vi (and the file that I want to
> edit is less than 64K in size). It is called see.exe
> and it is 32768 bytes long. The version string reads
> SEE: Screen Editor V2.0: (c) 1982,83,84 Michael Ouye
> The file date is 3-16-84.
> For its size, it is actually pretty useful and you
> can even record and replay macros. It is one of
> the first programs that I copy to any pc-compatible
> even if it (the pc) has been winblowsized. Is anybody acquainted
> with this program?
> carlos.
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Carlos E. Murillo-Sanchez carlos_murillo_at_nospammers.ieee.org
Received on Sat Sep 15 2001 - 00:33:15 BST

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