A report on TYPSET and RUNOFF

Early document editor that was used with the 1964-released RUNOFF program, one of the earliest text formatting programs to see significant use.

- TYPSET and RUNOFF

12 related topics with Alpha

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The end of the HELP command output from RT-11SJ displayed on a VT100.

RT-11

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Discontinued small, low-end, single-user real-time operating system for the full line of Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-11 16-bit computers.

Discontinued small, low-end, single-user real-time operating system for the full line of Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-11 16-bit computers.

The end of the HELP command output from RT-11SJ displayed on a VT100.

DEC's version of Runoff was for producing documents.

EDT (Univac)

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Text editor running on the Unisys VS/9 operating system using the UNIVAC Series 90 mainframe computers, and as of 2013 runs on the Fujitsu BS2000 mainframe computer and operating system.

Text editor running on the Unisys VS/9 operating system using the UNIVAC Series 90 mainframe computers, and as of 2013 runs on the Fujitsu BS2000 mainframe computer and operating system.

text formatting similar to Runoff (in which commands were given for text editing by preceding lines with a period)