On Wed, 20 Oct 1999, Mel wrote:
> To follow on, where is there a full list of terminal escape sequences?
> Things like clear screen, delete current line and put cursor to start etc
>Depends on the terminal. Is it a vt100, a Wyse50, an Altos II a vt52,
an adm3a, etc. etc.?
One way of finding out the sequences for different kinds of terminal is to
consult the terminfo(5) or termcap(5) databases. If you want to do things like
clear the screen or address the cursor in a script, use tput(1), which uses
terminfo(5) capability nomenclature. For C programs use curses(3).
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