GPLE (Global Program Line Editor) (Apple II, 5 1/4" Disk) Beagle Bros - 1983 USA, Canada Release

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GPLE (Global Program Line Editor)
Product ID BEAGL0004
Platform(s) Apple II
Packaging Retail Box
Media 5 1/4" Disk
Copyright date 1983
Publisher(s) Beagle Bros
Developer(s) Neil Konzen
Category(s) Programming, Programming Utilities, BASIC Utilities
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

Global Program Line Editor by Neil Konzen

GPLE lets you edit Applesoft program lines fast without awkward "escape editing" and slow cursor tracing.

Insert and Delete
GPLE works like a word processor for Applesoft. Program lines may be edited by jumping the cursor to the change point and inserting or deleting text.

No need to trace to the end of the line before hitting Return.

Global Search and Replace
Quick search for any word or variable in your programs. For example, find all lines containing a GOSUB, or edit or delete all REM statements, or all occurrences of a particular variable.

Replace any variable, word or character with any other. For example, change all X variables to ABC's, or all occurrences of "Cow" to "Dog".

80-Column Compatibility
GPLE supports both 40- and 80-column text screen display on all versions of Apple II, II+, IIe and IIc.

Definable Function Keys
GPLE lets you define ESC plus any keystroke to perform any task. For example, ESC-1 can Catalog Drive 1, ESC-L can execute a "HOME: LIST", ESC-N can type your name... or anything you want. These functions may be defined, edited and saved quickly without running a separate program.

Gain an extra 10K of program space by moving DOS 3.3 to auxiliary memory.

Plus Apple Tip Book #7
Learn more about using your Apple! Beagle Bros' Apple Tip Book #7 (included with the GPLE manual) contains valuable Apple information and educational experiments, including all new GPLE tips and tricks. Hours of educational, entertaining reading.

Free Peeks and Pokes Chart
Apple's "Peeks, Pokes, Pointers and Calls" on one 11 x 17 poster. An indispensable Apple programming tool.

Backups may be made using standard copying procedures

System Requirements

Apple II

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