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If you need to use a text editor from the command line, you can use <application>nano</application>, which is a simple to use text editor. When running it from the command line, always use the following command, which ensures that the editor will not introduce line breaks:<screen>nano -w</screen>
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Located in basic-concepts/C/basic-concepts.xml:744(para)
For more information about how to use <application>nano</application>, refer to the <ulink url="">guide on the wiki</ulink>.
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Located in basic-concepts/C/basic-concepts.xml:751(para)
There are also quite a few other terminal-based editors available in Kubuntu, popular ones include <application>VIM</application> and <application>Emacs</application> (the pros and cons of each are cause for much friendly debate within the Linux community). These are often more complex to use than <application>nano</application>, but are also more powerful.
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Located in basic-concepts/C/basic-concepts.xml:756(para)
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