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e3




SYNOPSIS

       e3[ws|em|pi|vi|ne] [filename]


DESCRIPTION

       e3  is a complete mini application written fully in assem­
       bler, with a code size less than 10000 byte.  There  is  a
       status & input line, where you can enter filenames, block­
       names, find-texts and line numbers.  The  editor  commands
       are  similary  the  families  of Wordstar-like or Emacs or
       Pico or vi or Nedit editors.  For online help press  ESC:h
       in  vi mode, else Alt-H.  This man page describes Wordstar
       key bindings only.


KEYBOARD COMMANDS FOR WS

       ^C     Go page down

       ^D     Go right

       ^E     Go up

       ^I     Tabulator

       ^KB    Set block start marker

       ^KC    Copy current block

       ^KD    Save file and load a new one

       ^KK    Set block end marker

       ^KQ    Abort editing and exit. Confirm with Y  or  y  that
              your changes are lost.

       ^KR    Insert a file as a new block

       ^KS    Save file and continue editing

       ^KV    Move current block inside file

       ^KW    Save a block into a file

       ^KX    Save file and exit

       ^KY    Delete text a block

       ^KZ    Suspend (simple ^Z in other editor modes)

       ^QA    Search  &  Replace  (a prompt appears). For options
              compare ^QF.

       ^QG    Delete character under cursor

       ^QG    Delete character left of cursor

       ^QH,^Q(Del)
              Delete up to line begin

       ^QI    Go to line number (prompt appears)

       ^QK    Go to block end

       ^QR    Go to file begin

       ^QS    Go to line begin

       ^QV    Go to last postion of find

       ^QW    Go to previous word

       ^QX    Go to bottom of window (last line, end of line)

       ^QY    Delete to line end

       ^QZ    Go to next word

       ^R     Go page up

       ^S     Go left

       ^T     Delete to next word

       ^U     Abort input  in  status  line  (this  is  used  for
              ^QI,^QF,^KR,^KW etc.)

       ^V     Toggle insert mode

       ^X     Go down

       ^Y     Delete current line


BUILT IN CALCULATOR

       e3  has  an arithmetic calculator built in for some simple
       arithmetic calculations inside your text. Place cursor  at
       begin  of  the  task i.e. something like:  -3.002*-(2--3)=
       and press one of:

       ^KN    in Wordstar mode

       ^QC    in Pico mode


RUNTIME MODE SWITCHING

       You can switch to other editor mode by pressing one of:

       ^KM    in Wordstar mode

       ^QM    in Pico mode

       altX   in Emacs mode

       <ESC>; in vi command mode

       ^E     in Nedit mode

       e3 will set a prompt SET MODE . Now  enter  one  of  e3ws,
       e3em,  e3pi, e3vi, e3ne for setting Wordstar-like or Emacs
       or Pico or vi or Nedit style.


OPTIONS

       e3 accepts a filename for text editing. Switch the  editor
       mode  depending  of  the  binary  name, one of e3ws, e3em,
       e3pi, e3vi, e3ne


FILES

       e3     is an  assembled  executable  for  Linux,  FreeBSD,
              NetBSD,  OpenBSD,  BeOS(tm),  QNX(tm).  e3ws, e3em,
              e3pi, e3vi, e3ne are symbolic links to e3.

       e3.exe is an assembled executable for 32 bit Win  versions
              like 95/98/ME, but not suitable for 16 bit versions
              of Win.

       e3c    is a 'C' compiled executable for some  other  plat­
              forms, optional built.

       e3.hlp help text file (for e3c only)

       e3.res error message text file (for e3c only)


COPYRIGHT

       e3 is Copyright (c) 2000,2001 Albrecht Kleine

       This  program  is  free  software; you can redistribute it
       and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public
       License  as  published  by  the  Free Software Foundation;
       either version 2 of the License, or (at your  option)  any
       later version.
       There probably are some, but I don't know  what  they  are
       yet.  Caution: there's no UNDO feature.

                                                            E3(1)

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