and the door opened wide...

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by zappa, May 17, 2002.

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  1. zappa

    zappa Registered Member

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    I was always wondering how to read various files that were in computer mumbo jumbo.  Since the only computer oriented course I ever took was in 1974.   We were given a stack of Florida voting cards and asked to knock out the chads and create a program or something.  

    Anyway, this will be for newbies who want to open the door.   I found stuff that really needed to be deleted.

    It's called Textview.

    http://www.flos-freeware.ch/textview.html
     
  2. spy1

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    zappa - You mean I'll be able to use that to read what things like OE's back-up files say - in plain English? Pete
     
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    LOL.  Gee Pete I've got so much to read now that I haven't gotten there yet.  I'm sure you will let me know.  zappa
     
  4. snowman

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       zappa

       is it a command line program?  

                      snowman
     
  5. zappa

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    Snowman, based on the fact I don't know what that means I would say no!

    It's very easy you just double click on the file you want to read and presto.  User interface is as much as double clicking.

     
     
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