CUA Family editors adhere to the CUA (Common User Access) standards, which were developed by IBM in the mid 80's. We can thank them for things like F3 to exit, F2 to save, etc.
There's more available at Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IBM_Common_User_Access
CUA Family Editors:
- Cream - Vim editor repackaged to use CUA look and feel
- E2 - Second major version of IBM's PC-DOS E editor
- E3 IBM - IBM's E3 text editor included with PC-DOS
- IbmProfessionalEdit (or PE) was a popular MSDOS text editor.
- ISPF is popular on MVS/TSO mainframes.
- PE2 - IBM Personal Editor II (PC-DOS 2.x & up)
- PE32 - A clone of IBM Personal Editor for 32-bit Windows
- PE64 - A 64-bit version of PE32
- PyPE - Python-centric text editor that uses does code folding
- TDE - Thomson-Davis Editor (public domain, DOS, Windows, Linux)
- SetEdit - Borland-style text editor
- THE - The Hessling Editor - open source multi-platform XEDIT clone
- Tilde - Open source comfortable Linux editor for those used to GUI editors