nano is a console based text editor with simple interface and intuitive commands. it supports color syntax highlights, spellchecks, utf-8 encodings and more.
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GNU nano is a text editor that runs in a terminal emulator on Unix-like operating systems. It is a popular alternative to other command-line text editors such as vi and emacs.
Nano is designed to be user-friendly and simple, with easy-to-remember keyboard shortcuts for common tasks. It includes features such as syntax highlighting, search and replace, line numbering, and the ability to edit multiple files at once. Nano also supports mouse input on systems that allow it.
Nano is open-source software and is released under the GNU General Public License. It was first released in 1999 and is actively maintained by a team of developers. It is available on a wide range of Unix-like systems, including Linux, macOS, and BSD.
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