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Re: None Who can explain this strange statement? (Fada Guan)
Date: 21 Jul, 2011
From: Robert Penny <Robert Penny>

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These are ansi terminal escape sequences, trying to set the prompt to be =
in a different color.

Scroll down to "Set Display Characteristics" in:

http://www.termsys.demon.co.uk/vtansi.htm

Just reading these I'd say it starts off with black background, red =
foreground.

-Rob Penny

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Dear all:

In exampel exMPI01, in main function, I saw a strange statement shown as
in the attachment.

The first one is from Linux, and the second one is from Windows.

Who can explain what it stands for?

Thanks.

Fada

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<P><FONT SIZE=3D2>These are ansi terminal escape sequences, trying to =
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Scroll down to &quot;Set Display Characteristics&quot; in:<BR>
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Just reading these I'd say it starts off with black background, red =
foreground.<BR>
<BR>
-Rob Penny<BR>
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From: douglas@slac.stanford.edu on behalf of Fada Guan<BR>
Sent: Thu 7/21/2011 1:18 PM<BR>
To: runmanage-g4hn@slac.stanford.edu<BR>
Subject: Who can explain this strange statement?<BR>
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Dear all:<BR>
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In exampel exMPI01, in main function, I saw a strange statement shown =
as<BR>
in the attachment.<BR>
<BR>
The first one is from Linux, and the second one is from Windows.<BR>
<BR>
Who can explain what it stands for?<BR>
<BR>
Thanks.<BR>
<BR>
Fada<BR>
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