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Text clean-up for MAC OS X

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© August 2004 Tony Lawrence

Sun Aug 22 16:33:10 2004 Text clean-up Referencing: http://www.apimac.com/ct/

There is nothing here you can't do with vi and fmt, but for those of you that prefer a point and click interface, this is a useful way to clean up text. It does such things as eliminating superfluous spacing, replacing tabs, indenting and more. Shareware, free version is both a little crippled and nagware, $19.95 for the registered one.


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