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spreadsheet calculator sc is a very old console-based program. It does what the name says. I cannot find how to undo an operation in its man page. I currently use it together with RCS, ie. manually create versions in RCS before big changes, and rotate back to a version if needed. I am wondering if there is a better way to do it. Thanks.

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seems nobody uses it anymore... –  Jing Nov 10 '12 at 23:53
    
I've just downloaded sc and am familiarising myself with it. AFAICT there is no undo at all. :( I've seen it on some todo lists. –  Sparhawk Aug 2 '13 at 3:46
    
FWIW I just tried giving teapot a go, and this also seems to lack undo. –  Sparhawk Aug 2 '13 at 4:27

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I am working on a terminal spreadsheet based on "sc". It has undo/redo, mapping and other stuff. If interested, you can take a look at: https://github.com/andmarti1424/scim

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The Debian package knows of Undo (keybinding u, see also this manpage), so maybe you can grab their source package and compile it on your system.

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As far as I understand it, that is for undoing the editing when you input in the top line, not for undoing an operation. –  Jing Nov 7 '12 at 18:43

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