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How to edit file in Unix or Linux?

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How to edit file in Unix or Linux?
posted Jan 5, 2015 by Vidhya Sagar

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○ nano is an easy-to-use text-based editor that utilizes on-screen prompts.
○ gedit is a graphical editor very similar to Notepad in Windows.
○ The vi editor is available on all Linux systems and is very widely used. Graphical extension versions of vi are widely available as well.
○ emacs is available on all Linux systems as a popular alternative to vi. emacs can support both a graphical user interface and a text mode interface.
○ To access the vi tutorial, type vimtutor at a command line window.
○ To access the emacs tutorial type Ctrl-h and then t from within emacs.

answer Jan 5, 2015 by Pavankumar Survepalli
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Use editor like vi, vim, gvim and edit the content presents in file.

answer Jan 5, 2015 by Vikram Singh
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