This is a simple text editor, called CED (C EDitor) written in Borland C++ 5.0 for DOS circa 1999. It opens text files or creates new ones in the same directory as the executable. It has a limit in the rows of the text file, but you can easily extend it by changing the appropriate variable. With small text files, ie less than 200 lines, it should have no problem I suppose. Don’t expect mouse support or any GUI! It was just a small DOS program which was originally created to demonstrate string manipulation algorithms in Turbo Pascal. Thus, it provides you with actions like SEARCH string, DELETE string, INSERT string etc.
This program is the same algorithmically with TED, the text editor in Turbo Pascal section.

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