Category : Word Processors
Archive   : EEV530.ZIP
Filename : PROD_DES.TXT

 
Output of file : PROD_DES.TXT contained in archive : EEV530.ZIP
EE Editor Version 5 - The Programmer's Editor


The EE Editor is designed specifically to help you create
and edit source code for high level and assembly language
programs.


Highlights:

* Edit Multiple Large Files (limited only by disk space)

* FAST - Direct Screen I/O
Intelligent File Loading (only what is needed)

* 1 to 5 Adjustable Horizontal Windows

* Horizontal Scrolling -
999 Columns, 1 to 40 columns at a jump

* Learn Keystroke Sequences - very easy to use
Customize `EE' to your style

* Full Cursor Control - Can even be Locked on a Line

* 3 Modes of "RETURN" Key Behavior

* Find, Find/Replace Across Multiple Files

* Find Matching () {} []

* Goto a Specific Line by Number (from the command line too)

* Block - Mark, Unmark, Copy, Move, Delete, Shift Left,
Shift Right, Read, Write, and Print

* TAB Stops Individually Set to Meet Your Needs
(e.g. C, FORTRAN, Assembly Programming or Data Input)

* True Automatic Indent, which can be Turned Off

* Change Character Case Function

* HEX, DEC, and OCT Key Character Code Value Function

* Control Screen Colors

* Temporarily escape to DOS from within `EE'

* From the DOS Command Line:
Initiate Multiple File Editing using wildcards,
multiple file names, and/or the names of files
containing lists of files to be edited.

* Able to Save Environment (Color, Learned Key Sequences,
"RETURN" Key Behavior, Horizontal Scroll Jump, etc.)

* Environment can be Automatically Loaded when `EE' is
invoked by SETing the environment variable "EE" to the
environment file name

* Only 4 Special Keys to Learn:
F1 - DO Key
F2 - Learn Key
F3 - Literal Character Follows (e.g. Ctrl Characters)
F4 - Cancel any Command

* Only 15 minutes to learn how to use the editor,
easy to remember interface for the novice or casual user,
yet minimum keystrokes and highly flexible for the Pro


Availability: MSDOS, PCDOS (2.x and above)



  3 Responses to “Category : Word Processors
Archive   : EEV530.ZIP
Filename : PROD_DES.TXT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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