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Month: June 2018

Re: [trinity-users] Slightly OT: The Thompson-Davis Editor

From: Kate Draven <borglabs4@...>
Date: Sat, 9 Jun 2018 23:25:04 -0400
> 	I'm using the source code for the open-source Thompson-Davis Editor 
> <>, "a simple, public domain, multi-file, 
> multi-window binary and text file editor written for IBM PCs and close 
> compatibles running DOS, Win32 (console) or Linux" to learn C and curses 
> programming.
> 	You may have noticed its coincidental acronym :-) and yes, it stores it's 
> configuration information in $TDEHOME.  TDE is small but non-trivial, and I 
> think it will be a good resource for someone like me, who is attempting to 
> get a grip on programming in the *nix environment; it's not so big as to be 
> overwhelming, yet not as useless as HelloWorld.c.
> 	Thoughts?
> Leslie
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I say any (almost any) learning experience is a good one.
Go for it.