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These really aren't that tough to find.

Please reference this link for the original question by a Mr. Jeff Silverman.

I want to build a perl script that adapts dynamically to terminalsize I am working on a perl program which uses VT100 style escape codes and runs in gnome-terminal or konsole or rxterm or xterm or similar. I want to know if there is a way to sent an escape sequence to the terminal emulator which queries for the current size of the screen and gets a report back. Does anybody know how to do this? Many thanks, Jeff Silverman

This is ridiculous.



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In reply to Re: Dynamic Adaptation in size of Terminal!!! by chargrill
in thread Dynamic Adaptation in size of Terminal!!! by madtoperl

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