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- To: BUG-LISP at MIT-MC
- From: David C. Plummer <DCP at MIT-MC>
- Date: Mon, 22 Jun 81 00:11:00 GMT
- Original-date: 21 June 1981 20:11-EDT
LISP;LISP NEWS states (Spetember 14, 1976)
(CURSORPOS 'P) (OUTPUT A ^P) HAS BEEN FLUSHED.
(TYO 20) NOW DOES THE RIGHT THING IN NEWIO.
Well, if (TYO 20) is supposed to output a ^P to the terminal it
indeed does. So HOW????? do you output a ^P to the system so that
you can put your own ^P sequences after it? The ONLY way I have
found to do this is opening the tty with (out fixnum).
(cursorpos 'p) does the same thing as (tyo 20). What is going on?
and more inportantly, what SHOULD be going on?