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19.2.4 Local settings

`isig'
Enable interrupt, quit, and suspend special characters. May be negated.

`icanon'
Enable erase, kill, werase, and rprnt special characters. May be negated.

`iexten'
Enable non-POSIX special characters. May be negated.

`echo'
Echo input characters. May be negated.

`echoe'
`crterase'
Echo erase characters as backspace-space-backspace. May be negated.

`echok'
Echo a newline after a kill character. May be negated.

`echonl'
Echo newline even if not echoing other characters. May be negated.

`noflsh'
Disable flushing after interrupt and quit special characters. May be negated.

`xcase'
Enable input and output of uppercase characters by preceding their lowercase equivalents with `\', when icanon is set. Non-POSIX. May be negated.

`tostop'
Stop background jobs that try to write to the terminal. Non-POSIX. May be negated.

`echoprt'
`prterase'
Echo erased characters backward, between `\' and `/'. Non-POSIX. May be negated.

`echoctl'
`ctlecho'
Echo control characters in hat notation (`^c') instead of literally. Non-POSIX. May be negated.

`echoke'
`crtkill'
Echo the kill special character by erasing each character on the line as indicated by the echoprt and echoe settings, instead of by the echoctl and echok settings. Non-POSIX. May be negated.


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