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Date:      Fri, 25 Oct 1996 00:45:58 -0700 (PDT)
From:      Veggy Vinny <richardc@CSUA.Berkeley.EDU>
To:        Tim Vanderhoek <>
Subject:   Re: quick question
Message-ID:  <Pine.PTX.3.95.961025004212.5738w-100000@soda.CSUA.Berkeley.EDU>
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On Fri, 25 Oct 1996, Tim Vanderhoek wrote:

> Hmm... I seem to recall SysV supporting ^-, too, so SUN must be the odd
> man out...

	It's a Sequel machine running Dynix actually...

> Just resetting discard to something resembling its initial state....
> Standard test procedure, as I'm sure you know... :)

	Oh okay, thought you were trying to do something else =)

> > 	Hmmm, now why does ^- do the same thing as undef?  Can't you use
> > CTRL and - at all? ;)
> Because that's what the manpage says, and if that's what the manpage
> says...! :)

	Then that's what goes =)

> As for using CTRL and -....
> Well, let's just say I wrote a quick little hack to see what happened if I
> set VSUSP to ^- and quickly found out I could no longer press <enter>.. :)
> `stty -f /dev/ttyv0 -a' did report that SUSP character to be ^M, though,
> for what it's worth!  :)

	Oh okay...  Isn't enter supposed to be ^M though?

> > 	Hmmm, I thought I was the one who said that? ;)
> Well, I sorta said `stty discard undef' would set discard to `u'...

	Oh okay, it did on a non FreeBSD machine though...

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