On Sat, May 03, 2003 at 08:27:31PM +0530, H S Rai wrote:
> Today at 8:13pm +0530 H S Rai wrote:
> > 1) I changed ` to ^[ ` in .joerc to enter ` by just pressing ` and
> > to enter vaules in hex code, it require Esc and ` With this change
> > when I enter some value in hex (Esc ` 3A), it does not show any
> > thing, though it is expected to show :
> Please ignore first part in my previous mail. It works fine. My
> mistake, I entered 0A in place of 3A.
> My apologies.
> But I found, 0A result in Enter, while 0D results `bold M' inplace of
> `Enter'. Any clue.
On Unix-like systems the end-of-line character is (traditionaly) only
0a. On DOS-like systems the end-of-line is tuple "0d 0a". So I think behaviour
you shown is correct.