Teapot (Table Editor And Planner), a new spreadsheet program for UNIX Teapot, or Table Editor And Planner, is a new spreadsheet program for UNIX systems. It employs some rather unique and modern design concepts. For example, three dimensional tables, iterative expressions, and functional addressing of the cells, (unlike the traditional A0, C5 syntax which was probably inherited from VisiCalc). Teapot spreadsheets are also highly portable across many different architectures and operating systems, (made possible through the use of XDR). Teapot was written by Michael Haardt, and may be used without charge for personal use and at work under the condition that no copyright notices are removed or changed. To get started, see the excellent Teapot User`s Guide in the doc directory, (available in ascii, html, or postscript), or the teapot home pages (english, german, dutch respectively): .
This program gives you all the features you need to create basic- to intermediate-level vector graphics, including bezier curves, lines, rulers, and m (Not Specified)