Text editors are programs used to create and modify plain text files. While often feature rich, they do not add formatting codes to edited files (as word-processors do). Specialized types of text editors include hex editors, used with binary files; and HTML editors which are used to create web pages.
A programmers editor that offers unlimited length of edited text, an MDI interface, built-in FTP client, macro recorder, various templates, a full HEX editor and spell checker. Available in English, German, Czech, French, Danish, and eight other languages.
LM 2000 creativity and authoring tool. Powered by a relational database that processes ideas and research for brainstorming and concept mapping. Features front-end word processing to order and compile texts into written compositions.
Small notepad replacement which supports Windows, Unix and Mac text formats, supports files as large as memory will allow, has a recent files list, configurable interface, and full intellimouse support. [Win32]
Offers numerous hotkeys, several clipboards, advanced searching and editing, unicode/utf-8 support, sort unique lines, reverse or translate characters, cut columns. Also supports user plugins for grep or dir. [Win32]
NotGNU is a freeware, user-friendly, emacs style text editor, similar to GNU Emacs but much smaller and lighter, with a Windows look and feel. It is available for DOS, Windows 3.x/95/98/NT machines and Linux.