What does ZWEI mean in Software?

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ZWEI Was EINE Initially

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ZWEI was an early Emacs-like text editor written by Daniel Weinreb and Mike McMahon for the Lisp machine. It is the successor of the editor EINE. Innovations by it include programmability in Lisp, and a new and more flexible method of internally representing buffers. It would later become Symbolics' editor of choice for its Lisp machine development environment, Zmacs. ZWEI is the editor library used for Zmacs, Zmail and Converse in the Symbolics Genera operating system.

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