On Sunday, October 16, 2022 at 2:12:24 PM UTC-4, paolo....@gmail.com
> Okay then, I'll reconfigure the terminal.
> As a starting point I checked the default settings of Turbo Pascal's current ANSI terminal definition, but I can't find anything wrong with it. Here's a screenshot of all the escape codes TINST lets me change on CP/M-86: https://imgur.com/a/vVhss4o
Yes, the default TINST.COM
from Borland leaves the terminal in hi-light (bold).
I use a little utility I named CLS.COM
0100: 0E 09 11 09 01 CD 05 00 C9
0109: 1B 03 1B 3C 1B 5B 3F 33 6C 1B 5B 48 1B 5B 32 4A 1B 5B 30 6D 24
From 100..108 is a little program:
And 109..11D is data (a string terminated by '$').
This just displays one string to the console, and exits. The string does the following:
Switch to VT100 (if in TEK), Go to VT100 mode (if in VT52) , Go to 80 column mode,
Home cursor, Clear screen, Normal attributes.
You can enter this with DDT (S100, enter bytes. "." at end), ^C to get to prompt, then
"SAVE 1 CLS.COM