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Line by line
When using terminal emulation (see terminal emulation), some primitive terminals only allowed you to edit text on the single line on which you were working. Once you pressed Enter to move to the next line, you couldn't go back and change something on the previous line(s)--because those lines had already been sent to the host computer that the PC emulates a terminal of. In line by line editing, there is a line length limit as well, so you can't simply type an entire paragraph before pressing Enter.
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