An early kind of text editor suited to use on a teletype. The user enters editing commands which apply to the current line or some given range of lines. These include moving forward and backward through the buffer, inserting and deleting lines, substituting a string for a pattern match, and printing lines. Visual feedback is restricted to explicitly requesting the display of one or more lines, in contrast to a screen editor.
ed is Unix’s line editor.
noun 1. a technique of engraving in which all effects are produced by variations in the width and density of lines incised with a burin. 2. a metal plate so engraved. 3. a print or picture made from it. noun 1. the art or process of hand-engraving in intaglio and copper plate 2. a plate […]
- Line fish
noun 1. (South African) fish caught by lines rather than nets
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noun 1. a printer’s ruler, usually marked off in points, picas, agates, and inches, and sometimes also in centimeters.