GNU nano is an open source command-line software that helps users to edit text files on the Linux shell.
Besides basic editing, it supports: undo/redo, syntax highlighting, spell checking, justifying, auto-indentation, bracket matching, interactive search-and-replace (with regular expressions), and the editing of multiple files.
To install and use the GNU nano program on your GNU/Linux operating system, you must first download the latest version from Softwsp, save the archive somewhere on your computer, and extract its contents with your favorite archive manager.
GNU nano is written entirely in the C programming language, which means that it is slim and extremely fast.
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