From: Christopher Fynn (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Jan 22 2005 - 04:47:22 CST
Lars Kristan wrote:
> Back to Notepad - it produces documents, not plain text. For that matter,
> Microsoft should provide a plain text editor, or extend Notepad with that
> capability. But it is really up to them. They can leave it to other people
> to do it. After all, in Windows, you don't need a text editor. There is no
> plain text in Windows. Which is sometimes good, and sometimes bad.
MS do still provide edit.com which runs in the Windows console - and there
are plenty of better third party alternatives.
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