What Windows command line program allows you to edit files in a full-screen mode?
Answer: A) EDIT
The edit command is a very useful full-screen editor that can be used from the command line. This is especially useful when you need to make changes to a text file but you have no Windows environment from which to work.
The incorrect answers:
The EDLIN command is another command-line editor, but it only provides line editing functions without the useful user interface of a full-screen mode.
There’s no such command or program named EDITOR at the Windows command line.
The vi editor is well known in Unix and Linux circles, but it’s not available at the Windows command line.
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