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 Tiny (4K!)``BRIEF''-like editor

 Author:   Joseph (Yossi) Gil
 Homepage: http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/~yogi/
 Download: https://sites.google.com/site/texteditors/Home/files/ters151f.zip
 Family:   TinyEditors, MsDosEditors, BriefFamily 
 Platform: MS-DOS
 License:  Free for non-commercial use

Tiny ``BRIEF''-like editor by Joseph (Yossi) Gil.

TERSE is a tiny (only 4096 bytes) but amazingly powerful full-screen editor for files of up to 64K in length. TERSE runs on all PC compatible machines. Its command keys are very similar to those of the famous BRIEF editor (by UnderWare? Inc.). TERSE can edit both UNIX and MS-DOS style text files as well as binary files. No hacker's disk is complete without it. No disk, be it hard or floppy, is too full to include it.


Archive also contains L.COM, a 3K file viewer based on Terse with editing code removed, S.COM (Slim) a slightly larger version (5K) of Terse with additional features, and H.COM, a version of Terse for HP palmtops.

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