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Using the Terminal
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Preface : 
 
Chapter 1: 
 
1.1 User Account That Owns the Terminal Process
1.2 Starting the Terminal
1.3 Background
1.4 General Use
1.5 The ZWELCOME Routine
1.6 The Startup Namespace
1.7 The Terminal Prompt
1.8 Interrupting Execution in the Terminal
1.9 Exiting the Terminal
Chapter 2: 
 
2.1 Entering Commands
2.2 Scrolling
2.3 Pausing and Resuming the Terminal Scrolling
2.4 Repeating Previous Commands
2.5 Copying and Pasting Text
2.6 Printing
2.7 Clearing the Screen
2.8 Logging the Terminal Session
Chapter 3: 
 
3.1 Specifying the Font
3.2 Specifying the Colors
3.3 Specifying the Window Size
3.4 Defining Custom Key Combinations
3.5 Specifying Other User Settings
3.6 Specifying the Network Encoding
       3.6.1 UTF8 Encoding
       3.6.2 Windows Encoding
       3.6.3 ISO Encoding
       3.6.4 EUC Encoding
3.7 Specifying the Physical Character Setting of the Display
Chapter 4: 
 
4.1 Starting Script Execution
4.2 Pausing Script Execution
4.3 Stopping Script Execution
4.4 Contents of a Script File
4.5 Script Command Summary
4.6 Script Command Arguments
4.7 A Sample Script
Chapter 5: 
 
5.1 break
5.2 call script
5.3 case match
5.4 closelog
5.5 connect
5.6 debug
5.7 disconnect
5.8 display
5.9 echo
5.10 execute
5.11 exit
5.12 goto
5.13 if empty
5.14 key_starttime
5.15 key_stoptime
5.16 key_timer
5.17 logfile
5.18 multiwait for
5.19 notify
5.20 on error
5.21 pause
5.22 return
5.23 send
5.24 subroutine
5.25 terminate
5.26 test
5.27 timer
5.28 title
5.29 wait for
Chapter 6: 
 
6.1 Example
Chapter 7: 
 
7.1 The Batch Command Line
7.2 Control Arguments
7.3 Examples
Chapter 8: 
 
8.1 Disabling the Close Button of the Terminal
8.2 Mapping of the Extended Keyboard
8.3 Special Modes
       8.3.1 Key Timing Mode
       8.3.2 Learning Mode
8.4 Using the Terminal with DDE