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Publication . Part of book or chapter of book . 1991

The Internal Sub-Editor

Craig A. Finseth;
Published: 01 Jan 1991
Publisher: Springer New York
Abstract
There are many ways to decompose the implementation of a text editor into smaller pieces. This book analyzes one particular decomposition: that into a sub-editor to manage the test being edited, redisplay and the user-oriented commands. (There are no other pieces: when these have been assembled, the editor is complete.) This particular decomposition was chosen for two reasons. First, it is a natural one with one with relatively simple interfaces between the parts. Second, it has been chosen for any different implementations: it is thus known to be a decomposition that works well. This chapter covers the internal sub-editor. The following chapters describe the other parts.
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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Computer science Page Simple (abstract algebra) Theoretical computer science Virtual memory

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