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Padding means outputting null characters following a terminal display
command that takes a long time to execute. The terminal description says
which commands require padding and how much; the function
described below, outputs a terminal command while extracting from it the
padding information, and then outputs the padding that is necessary.
1.5.1 Why Pad, and How Explanation of padding. 1.5.2 When There Is Not Enough Padding When there is not enough padding. 1.5.3 Specifying Padding in a Terminal Description The data base says how much padding a terminal needs. 1.5.4 Performing Padding with
tputsto output the needed padding.
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