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I'm trying to view the info of my crypto-currency wallet, but when I tried to open up the .bat file with the default text editor the OS stopped responding. Is there a text editor or program to open, view, and edit .bat files?

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you might want to try looking at the file from a terminal ...

  1. open a terminal window
  2. change directory to where the file is (not req'd but my way)
  3. if the file is small ... cat {the file name}
  4. if the file is large ... more {the file name}
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If your file is an ordinary Windows .bat file, you can rename *.bat file to *.text and open it by any text editor.

  • You don't even need to rename it. – lemonslice Nov 8 '16 at 10:28
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I would suggest wine (https://www.winehq.org/), it's a compatibility layer for windows on linux. It can also simulate a windows enviroment.

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install Leafpad from the appcenter

  • This answer would be more helpful if it elaborated on the program's features – wolf Nov 21 '16 at 21:21

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