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PED, short for Programmers' EDitor, was a powerful screen-based text editor made by the Norwegian minicomputer manufacturer Norsk Data. Versions were available for Sintran III running on both ND-100 and ND-500 architectures, as well as DolphinOS on the Motorola 88000. It took advantage of the special ND-NOTIS terminals made by Tandberg Data. It was superseeded by LED, short for Language EDitor.
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