Top down Python

Chris Angelico rosuav at
Thu Feb 13 02:06:12 CET 2014

On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 11:26 AM, Cousin Stanley
<cousinstanley at> wrote:
>> ....
>> 3) Create terminal window with size 64x20
>> (which, IMO, is tiny)
>> ....
>   Maybe ....
>     64 characters x 20 lines

Yes, but still tiny. Normal minimum would be 80x25 (maybe 80x24). I
like to go a lot larger. When I'm compiling code, I generally maximize
the window - on today's system, that's 190x51 - and for MUDding, I'll
usually go for roughly 90x∞, because I can. :) My current MUD window
is 89x32 visible, 89x∞ stored. 64x20 means everything's going to wrap,
and it won't take much to push text off the "screen".


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