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Summary of Capability Names
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   Here are all the terminal capability names in alphabetical order
with a brief description of each.  For cross references to their
definitions, see the index of capability names (Note: Cap Index.).

`ae'
     String to turn off alternate character set mode.

`al'
     String to insert a blank line before the cursor.

`AL'
     String to insert N blank lines before the cursor.

`am'
     Flag: output to last column wraps cursor to next line.

`as'
     String to turn on alternate character set mode.like.

`bc'
     Very obsolete alternative name for the `le' capability.

`bl'
     String to sound the bell.

`bs'
     Obsolete flag: ASCII backspace may be used for leftward motion.

`bt'
     String to move the cursor left to the previous hardware tab stop
     column.

`bw'
     Flag: `le' at left margin wraps to end of previous line.

`CC'
     String to change terminal's command character.

`cd'
     String to clear the line the cursor is on, and following lines.

`ce'
     String to clear from the cursor to the end of the line.

`ch'
     String to position the cursor at column C in the same line.

`cl'
     String to clear the entire screen and put cursor at upper left
     corner.

`cm'
     String to position the cursor at line L, column C.

`CM'
     String to position the cursor at line L, column C, relative to
     display memory.

`co'
     Number: width of the screen.

`cr'
     String to move cursor sideways to left margin.

`cs'
     String to set the scroll region.

`cS'
     Alternate form of string to set the scroll region.

`ct'
     String to clear all tab stops.

`cv'
     String to position the cursor at line L in the same column.

`da'
     Flag: data scrolled off top of screen may be scrolled back.

`db'
     Flag: data scrolled off bottom of screen may be scrolled back.

`dB'
     Obsolete number: msec of padding needed for the backspace
     character.

`dc'
     String to delete one character position at the cursor.

`dC'
     Obsolete number: msec of padding needed for the carriage-return
     character.

`DC'
     String to delete N characters starting at the cursor.

`dF'
     Obsolete number: msec of padding needed for the formfeed character.

`dl'
     String to delete the line the cursor is on.

`DL'
     String to delete N lines starting with the cursor's line.

`dm'
     String to enter delete mode.

`dN'
     Obsolete number: msec of padding needed for the newline character.

`do'
     String to move the cursor vertically down one line.

`DO'
     String to move cursor vertically down N lines.

`ds'
     String to disable the display of the status line.

`dT'
     Obsolete number: msec of padding needed for the tab character.

`ec'
     String of commands to clear N characters at cursor.

`ed'
     String to exit delete mode.

`ei'
     String to leave insert mode.

`eo'
     Flag: output of a space can erase an overstrike.

`es'
     Flag: other display commands work while writing the status line.

`ff'
     String to advance to the next page, for a hardcopy terminal.

`fs'
     String to move the cursor back from the status line to its
     previous position (outside the status line).

`gn'
     Flag: this terminal type is generic, not real.

`hc'
     Flag: hardcopy terminal.

`hd'
     String to move the cursor down half a line.

`ho'
     String to position cursor at upper left corner.

`hs'
     Flag: the terminal has a status line.

`hu'
     String to move the cursor up half a line.

`hz'
     Flag: terminal cannot accept `~' as output.

`i1'
     String to initialize the terminal for each login session.

`i3'
     String to initialize the terminal for each login session.

`ic'
     String to insert one character position at the cursor.

`IC'
     String to insert N character positions at the cursor.

`if'
     String naming a file of commands to initialize the terminal.

`im'
     String to enter insert mode.

`in'
     Flag: outputting a space is different from moving over empty
     positions.

`ip'
     String to output following an inserted character in insert mode.

`is'
     String to initialize the terminal for each login session.

`it'
     Number: initial spacing between hardware tab stop columns.

`k0'
     String of input sent by function key 0 or 10.

`k1 ... k9'
     Strings of input sent by function keys 1 through 9.

`K1 ... K5'
     Strings sent by the five other keys in 3-by-3 array with arrows.

`ka'
     String of input sent by the "clear all tabs" key.

`kA'
     String of input sent by the "insert line" key.

`kb'
     String of input sent by the "backspace" key.

`kC'
     String of input sent by the "clear screen" key.

`kd'
     String of input sent by typing the down-arrow key.

`kD'
     String of input sent by the "delete character" key.

`ke'
     String to make the function keys work locally.

`kE'
     String of input sent by the "clear to end of line" key.

`kF'
     String of input sent by the "scroll forward" key.

`kh'
     String of input sent by typing the "home-position" key.

`kH'
     String of input sent by the "home down" key.

`kI'
     String of input sent by the "insert character" or "enter insert
     mode" key.

`kl'
     String of input sent by typing the left-arrow key.

`kL'
     String of input sent by the "delete line" key.

`km'
     Flag: the terminal has a Meta key.

`kM'
     String of input sent by the "exit insert mode" key.

`kn'
     Numeric value, the number of numbered function keys.

`kN'
     String of input sent by the "next page" key.

`ko'
     Very obsolete string listing the terminal's named function keys.

`kP'
     String of input sent by the "previous page" key.

`kr'
     String of input sent by typing the right-arrow key.

`kR'
     String of input sent by the "scroll reverse" key.

`ks'
     String to make the function keys transmit.

`kS'
     String of input sent by the "clear to end of screen" key.

`kt'
     String of input sent by the "clear tab stop this column" key.

`kT'
     String of input sent by the "set tab stop in this column" key.

`ku'
     String of input sent by typing the up-arrow key.

`l0'
     String on keyboard labelling function key 0 or 10.

`l1 ... l9'
     Strings on keyboard labelling function keys 1 through 9.

`le'
     String to move the cursor left one column.

`LE'
     String to move cursor left N columns.

`li'
     Number: height of the screen.

`ll'
     String to position cursor at lower left corner.

`lm'
     Number: lines of display memory.

`mb'
     String to enter blinking mode.

`md'
     String to enter double-bright mode.

`me'
     String to turn off all appearance modes

`mh'
     String to enter half-bright mode.

`mi'
     Flag: cursor motion in insert mode is safe.

`mk'
     String to enter invisible mode.

`mm'
     String to enable the functioning of the Meta key.

`mo'
     String to disable the functioning of the Meta key.

`mp'
     String to enter protected mode.

`mr'
     String to enter reverse-video mode.

`ms'
     Flag: cursor motion in standout mode is safe.

`nc'
     Obsolete flag: do not use ASCII carriage-return on this terminal.

`nd'
     String to move the cursor right one column.

`nl'
     Obsolete alternative name for the `do' and `sf' capabilities.

`ns'
     Flag: the terminal does not normally scroll for sequential output.

`nw'
     String to move to start of next line, possibly clearing rest of
     old line.

`os'
     Flag: terminal can overstrike.

`pb'
     Number: the lowest baud rate at which padding is actually needed.

`pc'
     String containing character for padding.

`pf'
     String to terminate redirection of output to the printer.

`po'
     String to redirect further output to the printer.

`pO'
     String to redirect N characters ofoutput to the printer.

`ps'
     String to print the screen on the attached printer.

`rc'
     String to move to last saved cursor position.

`RI'
     String to move cursor right N columns.

`rp'
     String to output character C repeated N times.

`rs'
     String to reset the terminal from any strange modes.

`sa'
     String to turn on an arbitrary combination of appearance modes.

`sc'
     String to save the current cursor position.

`se'
     String to leave standout mode.

`sf'
     String to scroll the screen one line up.

`SF'
     String to scroll the screen N lines up.

`sg'
     Number: width of magic standout cookie.  Absent if magic cookies
     are not used.

`so'
     String to enter standout mode.

`sr'
     String to scroll the screen one line down.

`SR'
     String to scroll the screen N line down.

`st'
     String to set tab stop at current cursor column on all lines.
     programs.

`ta'
     String to move the cursor right to the next hardware tab stop
     column.

`te'
     String to return terminal to settings for sequential output.

`ti'
     String to initialize terminal for random cursor motion.

`ts'
     String to move the terminal cursor into the status line.

`uc'
     String to underline one character and move cursor right.

`ue'
     String to turn off underline mode

`ug'
     Number: width of underlining magic cookie.  Absent if underlining
     doesn't use magic cookies.

`ul'
     Flag: underline by overstriking with an underscore.

`up'
     String to move the cursor vertically up one line.

`UP'
     String to move cursor vertically up N lines.

`us'
     String to turn on underline mode

`vb'
     String to make the screen flash.

`ve'
     String to return the cursor to normal.

`vi'
     String to make the cursor invisible.

`vs'
     String to enhance the cursor.

`wi'
     String to set the terminal output screen window.

`ws'
     Number: the width of the status line.

`xb'
     Flag: superbee terminal.

`xn'
     Flag: cursor wraps in a strange way.

`xs'
     Flag: clearing a line is the only way to clear the appearance
     modes of positions in that line (or, only way to remove magic
     cookies on that line).

`xt'
     Flag: Teleray 1061; several strange characteristics.


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