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Title: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF UNIX EXPLORER
Authors: Kumar, Ajay
Keywords: CDAC
DESIGN-UNIX EXPLORER
IMPLEMENTATION-UNIX EXPLORER
CHARACTER-BASED EDITOR
Issue Date: 2003
Abstract: Unix explorer is a GUI style plain-text editor. The system provides the user with a user friendly GUI and helps him in browsing his Unix account. It provides the user with a set of features like user directory traversal, editing and creation of files, moving of files between directories authentication etc. It is based on fully graphical design, and command set based on successful Macintosh and MS Windows editors. In Unix explorer, one can do such operation that can be done with a character-based editor, in the same (or fewer) number of keystrokes, and without touching the mouse. What makes Unix explorer different is that you can use the mouse at any step in the process. With the mouse, one can manipulate the text graphically and more directly, and move quickly through menus and dialogs to navigate less familiar commands and features
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13748
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Appears in Collections:Dissertation (C.Dec.)

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