RE: Carriage Return
On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 cknell@xxxxxxxxxx wrote: > I believe this is platform-dependent. Windows wants both a > carriage-return and line-feed character to move down a line and to the > left edge. Macintosh will accept the carriage-return only. I don't know > about the various flavors of Unix/Linux shells. Under Unix/Linux, the default for pressing "Enter" key is to get a ^M (Control-M). If you send a CTRL-M to console it will move to beginning of line and will not go to the next line. For example: abcd^Mefgh will only display "efgh" (since "abcd" is overwritten). CTRL-J (the linefeed) will go to the next line and also put cursor at beginning of line also under Unix. Jeremy C. Reed BSD News, BSD tutorials, BSD links http://www.bsdnewsletter.com/
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