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Re: How to separate backspace and control-J functions?
On May 16 07:56, Brian Dessent wrote:
> "firstname.lastname@example.org" wrote:
> > Anyways, isn't there a terminal type for use with
> > cygwin that will differentiate between BACKSPACE and
> > ^H?
> > I'm surprised that cygwin does not, because every
> > linux/unix system I've used easily distinguished
> > between the two.
> As Eric said, if you're using a CMD.EXE window, then no. If you're
> using rxvt or xterm, then yes, certainly. I don't really see how you
> can complain about a CMD.EXE window not being able to differentiate
> backspace because CMD.EXE sucks so hard in so many other ways that I
> can't understand why anyone that cares about a quality terminal would
> consider using it.
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(encountering the surrounding silence, looking nerveously into the camera,
waves and dives back into the seat, embarrased)
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