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As for command-line spreadsheet programs there are sc and oleo. See: sc: the Venerable Spreadsheet Calculator GNU PEM & Oleo: Two great command-line (text-based) financial accounting apps
Word Perfect was available for Unix, at least for SCO Unix. Emacs can handle spreadsheets pretty well. Check out the emacs Wiki article on the topic. Since a traditional terminal does not have any graphics capabilities, the markup display on traditional text editors is rather limited. Emacs can nevertheless use colors to highlight text elements when using a ...
Can anybody remember the name of such programs which were popular before (eg. before X became so widespread)? According to this, there were barely any WYSIWYG spreadsheet editors before GUI interfaces, although spreadsheets and the processing of such goes much further back. None of those look to have been ported to *nix, perhaps because at the time no ...
You can probably consider the use of ted a command line .rtf file editor. It 's open source and could be compile probably with any c compiler. See http://www.nllgg.nl/ted/
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