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ANSI escape sequences.

FOREGROUND COLORS
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[30m = BLACK [31m = RED
[32m = GREEN [33m = YELLOW
[34m = BLUE [35m = MAGENTA
[36m = CYAN [37m = WHITE

BACKGROUND COLORS
-----------------
[40m = BLACK [41m = RED
[42m = GREEN [43m = YELLOW
[44m = BLUE [45m = MAGENTA
[46m = CYAN [47m = WHITE

ATTRIBUTES
[5m = BLINK
[7m = REVERSE
[1m = BOLD
[4m = UNDERLINED (IBM Monochrome only)
[0m = NORMAL (Cancels colors and attributes)


CURSOR POSITIONING
[r;cH = Position cursor at row r and column c
(i.e. to postion cursor at row 12 column 40 you would
send the code [12;40H )
n = number


[nA = Move cursor ## lines up in same column
[nB = Move cursor ## lines down in same column
[nC = Move cursor right ## columns on same line
[nD = Move cursor left ## columns on same line
[0K = Erase cursor to end of line
[1K = Erase from beginning of line to cursor
[2K = Erase entire line containing cursor
[0J = Erase from cursor to end of screen
[1J = Erase from beginning of screen to cursor
[2J = Erase entire screen


Command stringing is allowed. For example, to change the screen to
bright yellow foreground on a blue background you would send the code:

[0;1;33;44m

Explanation:
[ = initialization sequence
0 = reset to normal characters
1 = set for bold characters
33 = set for yellow foreground characters
44 = set for blue background characters
m = terminator

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