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When I use the perl package Term::Screen and gets some input from user, newline's ASCII value is returning as 13. And, when I comment the use of Term::Screen, the ASCII value is returning as 10.

How does it got change?

use Term::ReadKey; # use Term::Screen; # my $scr; # $scr = Term::Screen->new; # unless ($scr) { die "Couldn't create object for Term::Screen\n"; } # $scr->clrscr; # Get the user name and password my ($user, $key); print "\nYour name: "; ReadMode 4; # Turn off controls keys while (1) { $key = ReadKey(0); if (ord($key) == 13) { print "Newline got at 13"; last; } if (ord($key) == 10) { print "Newline got at 10"; last; } print $key, "--", ord($key),"\n"; } print $key, "--", ord($key),"\n"; ReadMode 0; # Reset tty mode before exiting

In reply to Ascii value is different by nagalenoj

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