Terminal application with non-standard print
babedoudi at yahoo.fr
Sun Jan 24 21:35:09 CET 2010
My apologies, I did not run the lines properly.
Thanks, that works great now.
If I understand well, \r erases the last line. How about erasing the
For example when writing
the "1" is still visible.
On 24 jan, 20:53, Grant Edwards <inva... at invalid.invalid> wrote:
> On 2010-01-24, R?mi <babedo... at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> > Thank you for your answer, but that does not work:
> Works fine for me.
> > the second line is printed after the first one.
> Not when I run it.
> There's not much more I can say given the level of detail
> you've provided.
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