From Dmitry A. Kazakov:
Strings Edit for Fedora (32-bit) provides generic axis scales support, integer numbers, integer sub- and superscript numbers, floating-point numbers, Roman numbers, strings, Ada-style quoted strings, UTF-8 encoded strings, Unicode maps and sets, and wildcard pattern matching. Output can be aligned. Numeric get procedures support value range checks. Number bases can be from binary to hexadecimal for both input and output. Floating-point output supports both absolute and relative precision specification.