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40 How do I know my script is running? (ZTerm)




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This article is from the ZTerm FAQ, by Les Jones lesjones@usit.net with numerous contributions by others.

40 How do I know my script is running? (ZTerm)

You will see a letter or two in the lower right hand corner of the
terminal window. These letters are abbreviations for the command
the script is preparing to execute. By noting which commands have
executed, you can more easily debug scripts.

These are the abbreviations and their meanings, as provided by Dave
Alverson:

b : beep
s : send
w : wait (time)
wp: wait prompt
wq: wait for quiet

 

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