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The ted command places the parameters of the currently edited primitive shape into a file, then starts a text editor for the user to modify the parameters. The editor used is whatever the user has set in the environment variable EDITOR. If EDITOR is not set, then /bin/ed is used. MGED must be in the primitive edit mode prior to using this command. The red command performs a similar function for combinations.
The example shows the use of the ted command to place the parameters of a currently edited primitive shape into a file and start a text editor to modify the parameters.
Example 1. Use a text editor to modify a currently edited shape.
Starts a text editor to modify a currently edited shape.
Reports of bugs or problems should be submitted via electronic mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org>, or via the "cadbug.sh" script.