Supported Control Functions

C0 Control Character

Hexadecimal Mnemonic Description
0x00 NUL
0x01 SOH
0x02 STX
0x03 ETX
0x04 EOT
0x05 ENQ Sends the answerback message.
0x06 ACK
0x07 BEL Sounds the bell tone.
0x08 BS Moves the cursor one character position to the left.
0x09 HT Moves the cursor to the next tab stop.
0x0a LF Cause a line feed or a new line operation, depending on the setting of line feed/new line mode.
0x0b VT Same as LF.
0x0c FF Same as LF.
0x0d CR Moves the cursor to the left margin on the current line.
0x0e SO Maps G1 character set into GL.
0x0f SI Maps G0 character set into GL.
0x10 DLE
0x11 DC1
0x12 DC2
0x13 DC3
0x14 DC4
0x15 NAK
0x16 SYN
0x17 ETB
0x18 CAN
0x19 EM
0x1a SUB
0x1b ESC Introduces an escape sequence.
0x1c FS
0x1d GS
0x1e RS
0x1f US

C1 Control Character

Hexadecimal Equivalent 7-bit control Mnemonic Description
0x80 PAD
0x81 HOP
0x82 BPH
0x83 NBH
0x84 ESC D IND Moves the cursor down one line in the same column.
0x85 ESC E NEL Moves the cursor to the first position on the next line.
0x86 SSA
0x87 ESA
0x88 ESC H HTS Sets a horizontal tab stop at the column where the cursor is.
0x89 HTJ
0x8a VTS
0x8b PLD
0x8c PLU
0x8d ESC M RI Moves the cursor up one line in the same column.
0x8e ESC N SS2 Temporarily maps the G2 character set into GL or GR, for the next graphic character.
0x8f ESC O SS3 Temporarily maps the G3 character set into GL or GR, for the next graphic character.
0x90 ESC P DCS Device Control String. Introduces a DCS Sequence.
0x91 PU1
0x92 PU2
0x93 STS
0x94 CCH
0x95 MW
0x96 SPA
0x97 EPA
0x98 ESC X SOS Start of string. Introduces a SOS Sequence.
0x99 SGCI
0x9a SCI
0x9b ESC [ CSI Control Sequence Introducer. Introduces a CSI Sequence.
0x9c ESC \ ST String terminator. Ends a DCS, SOS, OSC, PM and APC sequence.
0x9d ESC ] OSC Operating System Command. Introduces a OSC Sequence.
0x9e ESC ^ PM Privacy Message. Introduces a PM Sequence.
0x9f ESC _ APC Application Program Command. Introduces a APC Sequence .

Escape Sequence

Sequence Mnemonic Description
ESC 6 DECBI Moves the cursor backward one column. If the cursor is at the left margin, then all screen data within the margins moves one column to the right. The column shifted past the right margin is lost.
ESC 7 DECSC Save the following items.
- Cursor position
- Character attributes (SGR)
- GL and GR state
- Wrap flag
- Origin mode state
- Selective erase attribute (DECSCA)
- Any single SS2 or SS3 functions sent
ESC 8 DECRC Restores the terminal to the state saved by the save cursor (DECSC) function.
ESC 9 DECFI Moves the cursor forward one column. If the cursor is at the right margin, then all screen data within the margins moves one column to the left. The column shifted past the left margin is lost.
ESC = DECKPAM Using Application Keypad Mode.
ESC > DECKPNM Using Normal Keypad Mode.
ESC D IND Moves the cursor down one line in the same column.
ESC E NEL Moves the cursor to the first position on the next line.
ESC H HTS Sets a horizontal tab stop at the column where the cursor is.
ESC M RI Moves the cursor up one line in the same column.
ESC N SS2 Temporarily maps the G2 character set into GL or GR, for the next graphic character.
ESC O SS3 Temporarily maps the G3 character set into GL or GR, for the next graphic character.
ESC P DCS Device Control String. Introduces a DCS Sequence.
ESC X SOS Start of string. Introduces a SOS Sequence.
ESC Z DECID Reports a Terminal ID.
ESC [ CSI Control Sequence Introducer. Introduces a CSI Sequence.
ESC \ ST String terminator. Ends a DCS, SOS, OSC, PM and APC sequence.
ESC ] OSC Operating System Command. Introduces a OSC Sequence.
ESC ^ PM Privacy Message. Introduces a PM Sequence.
ESC _ APC Application Program Command. Introduces a APC Sequence.
ESC c RIS Terminal Full Reset.
ESC g - Visible Bell.
ESC n LS2 Maps G2 character set into GL.
ESC o LS3 Maps G3 character set into GL.
ESC | LS3R Maps G3 character set into GR.
ESC } LS2R Maps G2 character set into GR.
ESC ~ LS1R Maps G1 character set into GR.
ESC SP F S7C1T 7-bit control mode.
ESC SP G S8C1T 8-bit control mode.
ESC # 8 DECALN Fills the complete screen area with 'E'.
ESC $ Designates character set. (ISO/IEC 2022)
ESC (
ESC )
ESC *
ESC +

CSI Sequence

Sequence Mnemonic Description
CSI Ps @ ICH Insert Ps space (SP) characters starting at the cursor position. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps A CUU Moves cursor up Ps lines in the same column. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps B CUD Moves cursor down Ps lines in the same column. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps C CUF Moves cursor to the right Ps columns. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps D CUB Moves cursor to the left Ps columns. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps E CNL Moves cursor to the first column of Ps-th following line. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps F CPL Moves cursor to the first column of Ps-th preceding line. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps G CHA Moves cursor to the Ps-th column of the active line. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 H CUP Moves cursor to the Ps1-th line and to the Ps2-th column. The default value of Ps1 and Ps2 is 1.
CSI Ps I CHT Moves cursor to the Ps tabs forward. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps J ED Erase in display. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Erase from cursor through the end of the display.
   = 1      Erase from the beginning of the display through the cursor.
   = 2      Erase the complete of display.
CSI Ps K EL Erase in line. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Erase from the cursor through the end of the line.
   = 1      Erase from the beginning of the line through the cursor.
   = 2      Erase the complete of line.
CSI Ps L IL Inserts Ps lines, starting at the cursor. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps M DL Deletes Ps lines in the scrolling region, starting with the line that has the cursor. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps P DCH Deletes Ps characters from the cursor position to the right. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps S SU Scroll up Ps lines. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps T SD Scroll down Ps lines. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps X ECH Erase Ps characters, from the cursor position to the right. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps Z CBT Moves cursor to the Ps tabs backward. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps ` HPA Moves cursor to the Ps-th column of the active line. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps a HPR Moves cursor to the right Ps columns. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps c DA Primary Device Attribute. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0    Asks for the terminal's architectural class and basic attributes.
Response: Depends the Terminal ID setting.
  VT100     ESC [ ? 1 ; 2 c
  VT100J    ESC [ ? 5 ; 2 c
  VT101     ESC [ ? 1 ; 0 c
  VT102     ESC [ ? 6 c
  VT102J    ESC [ ? 15 c
  VT220J    ESC [ ? 62 ; 1 ; 2 ; 5 ; 6 ; 7 ; 8 c
  VT282     ESC [ ? 62 ; 1 ; 2 ; 4 ; 5 ; 6 ; 7 ; 8 ; 10 ; 11 c
  VT320     CSI ? 63 ; 1 ; 2 ; 6 ; 7 ; 8 c
  VT382     CSI ? 63 ; 1 ; 2 ; 4 ; 5 ; 6 ; 7 ; 8 ; 10 ; 15 c
  VT420     CSI ? 64 ; 1 ; 2 ; 7 ; 8 ; 9 ; 15 ; 18 ; 21 c"
  VT520     CSI ? 65 ; 1 ; 2 ; 7 ; 8 ; 9 ; 12 ; 18 ; 19 ; 21 ; 23 ; 24 ; 42 ; 44 ; 45 ; 46 c
  VT525     CSI ? 65 ; 1 ; 2 ; 7 ; 9 ; 12 ; 18 ; 19 ; 21 ; 22 ; 23 ; 24 ; 42 ; 44 ; 45 ; 46 c
CSI Ps d VPA Move to the corresponding vertical position (line Ps) of the current column. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps e VPR Moves cursor down Ps lines in the same column. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 f HVP Moves cursor to the Ps1-th line and to the Ps2-th column. The default value of Ps1 and Ps2 is 1.
CSI Ps g TBC Clears the tab stop. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Clears the tab stop at the cursor.
   = 3      Clears all tab stops.
CSI Pm h SM Sets mode. (See Modes (Standard))
CSI Pm i MC Printing mode.
Ps = 0      Print screen.
   = 4      Turn off printer controller mode.
   = 5      Turn on printer controller mode.
CSI Ps j HPB Moves cursor to the left Ps columns. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Ps k VPB Moves cursor up Ps lines in the same column. The default value of Ps is 1.
CSI Pm l RM Resets mode. (See Modes (Standard))
CSI Pm m SGR Select character attributes. The default value of Pm is 0. (See Character Attributes.)
CSI Ps n DSR Reports device status.
Ps = 5      Requests the terminal's operation status report. Always returns "CSI 0 n" (Terminal ready).
            Response: CSI s n
            s = 0    Terminal ready.
   = 6      Requests cursor position report. (CPR)
            Response: CSI r ; c R
              r    Line number.
              c    Column number.
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 r DECSTBM Set top and bottom margins.
Ps1    Line number for the top margin.
       The default value is 1.
Ps2    Line number for the bottom margin.
       The default value is current number of lines per screen.
CSI s SCP Save cursor position. Same as DECSC. SCP only works when DECLRMM is reset.
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 s DECSLRM Set left and right margins. DECSLRM only works when DECLRMM is set.
Ps1    Column number for the left margin.
       The default value is 1.
Ps2    Column number for the right margin.
       The default value is current number of columns per screen.
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 ; Ps3 t (DECSLPP) Window manipulation.
Ps1 =  1    De-iconify window.
    =  2    Minimize window.
    =  3    Move window to [Ps2, Ps3].
    =  4    Resize window to height Ps2 pixels and width Ps3 pixels.
    =  5    Raise the window to the top of the stacking order.
    =  6    Lower the window to the bottom of the stacking order.
    =  7    Refresh window.
    =  8    Resize window to Ps2 lines and Ps3 columns.
    =  9    Change maximize state of window.
            Ps2 = 0    Restore maximized window.
                = 1    Maximize window.

    = 10    Change full-screen state of window. Currently use the window maximizing instead.
            Ps2 = 0    Undo full-screen mode.
                = 1    Change to full-screen.
                = 2    Toggle full-screen.

    = 11    Reports window state.
            Response: CSI s t
              s = 1    Normal. (non-iconified)
                = 2    Iconified.

    = 13    Reports window position.
            Ps2 = Omitted, 0, 1
                       Reports whole window position.
                = 2    Reprots text area position.
            Response: CSI 3 ; x ; y t
              x    X position of window.
              y    Y position of window.

    = 14    Reports window size in pixels.
            Ps2 = Omitted, 0, 1
                       Reports text area size.
                = 2    Reprots whole window size.
            Response: CSI 4 ; y ; x t
              y    Window height in pixels.
              x    Window width in pixels.

    = 15    Reports root window size in pixels.
            Response: CSI 5 ; y ; x t
              y    Root window height in pixels.
              x    Root window width in pixels.

    = 16    Reports character size in pixels.
            Response: CSI 6 ; y ; x t
              y    character height in pixels.
              x    character width in pixels.

    = 18    Reports terminal size in characters.
            Response: CSI 8 ; y ; x t
              y    Terminal height in characters. (Lines)
              x    Terminal width in characters. (Columns)

    = 19    Reports root window size in characters.
            Response: CSI 9 ; y ; x t
              y    Root window height in characters.
              x    Root window width in characters.

    = 20    Reports icon label.
            Response: OSC L title ST
              title    icon label. (window title)

    = 21    Reports window title.
            Response: OSC l title ST
              title    Window title.
    = 22    Save window title on stack.
            Ps2 = 0, 1, 2    Save window title.
    = 23    Restore window title from stack.
            Ps2 = 0, 1, 2    Restore window title.
CSI u RCP Restore cursor position. Same as DECRC.
CSI < r TTIMERS Restore IME open state.
CSI < s TTIMESV Save IME open state.
CSI < Ps t TTIMEST Change IME open state. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Close IME.
   = 1      Open IME.
CSI = Ps c DA3 (Tertiary DA) Tertiary Device Attribute. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Tertiary Device Attribute request.
            Response: DCS ! | dddddddd ST
              dddddddd  Terminal Unique ID
CSI > Ps c DA2 (Secondary DA) Secondary Device Attribute. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Secondary Device Attribute request.
            Response: CSI > 32 ; 331 ; 2 c
CSI > 3 ; Ps1 ; Ps2 ; Ps3 ; Ps4 J - Erase rectangular area.
Ps1   Top-line border.
Ps2   Left-column border.
Ps3   Bottom-line border.
Ps4   Right-column border.
CSI > 3 ; Ps1 ; Ps2 K - Erase characters from Ps1 column through Ps2 column.
CSI > 5 ; Ps K -
Ps = 3..6   Draw Line
   = 12     Set foreground color
CSI ? Ps J DECSED Selective erase in display. DECSED only erase characters defined as erasable by the DECSCA control function. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Erase from cursor through the end of the display.
   = 1      Erase from the beginning of the display through the cursor.
   = 2      Erase the complete of display.
CSI ? Ps K DECSEL Selective erase in line. DECSEL only erase characters defined as erasable by the DECSCA control function. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Erase from the cursor through the end of the line.
   = 1      Erase from the beginning of the line through the cursor.
   = 2      Erase the complete of line.
CSI ? Pm h DECSET Sets DEC/xterm specific mode. (See Modes (DEC/xterm specific).)
CSI ? Pm i DECMC Printing mode.
Pm =  1     Print cursor line.
   =  4     Disables auto-print mode.
   =  5     Enables auto-print mode.
CSI ? Pm l DECRST Resets DEC/xterm specific modes. (See Modes (DEC/xterm specific).)
CSI ? Ps n DECDSR Reports device status.
Ps = 55     Reports locator device status. Always returns "CSI ? 50 n" (Locator ready).
            Response: CSI ? s n
              s = 50    Locator ready.
CSI Ps SP q DECSCUSR Sets cursor style. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0,1    Block cursor / Blink
   = 2      Block cursor / Steady
   = 3      Underline cursor / Blink
   = 4      Underline cursor / Steady
   = 5      Vertical line cursor / Blink
   = 6      Vertical line cursor / Steady
CSI ! p DECSTR Soft reset
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 " p DECSCL Select terminal's conformance level.
Ps1 = 61    VT-Level 1 (VT100 mode)
    = 62    VT-Level 2 (VT200 mode)
    = 63    VT-Level 3 (VT300 mode)
    = 64    VT-Level 4 (VT400 mode)
    = 65    VT-Level 5 (VT500 mode)

Ps2 = 0     8 bit mode (S8C1T)
    = 1     7 bit mode (S7C1T)
    = 2     8 bit mode (S8C1T)
CSI Ps " q DECSCA Select character protection attribute. Selective erase control functions (DECSED, DECSEL and DECSERA) can only erase characters defined as erasable.
Ps = 0      Not protected. DECSED, DECSEL and DECSERA can erase characters.
   = 1      Protected. DECSED, DECSEL and DECSERA cannot erase characters.
   = 2      Same as 0.
CSI Ps $ p (Standard)
CSI ? Ps $ p (DEC/xterm)
DECRQM Request Standard or DEC/xterm specific mode to terminal.
Ps: Mode number to request.
Response: CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 $ y     -- Standard Mode
          CSI ? Ps1 ; Ps2 $ y   -- DEC/xterm Extended Mode
  Ps1   Requested mode number
  Ps2 = 0    Mode not recognized
      = 1    Set
      = 2    Reset
      = 3    Permanently set
      = 4    Permanently reset
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 ; Ps3 ; Ps4 $ z DECERA Erase rectangular area. The default value of Ps1 - Ps4 is current cursor position.
Ps1   Top-line border.
Ps2   Left-column border.
Ps3   Bottom-line border.
Ps4   Right-column border.
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 ; Ps3 ; Ps4 $ { DECSERA Selective erase rectangular area. DECSERA only erase characters defined as erasable by the DECSCA control function. The default value of Ps1 - Ps4 is current cursor position.
Ps1   Top-line border.
Ps2   Left-column border.
Ps3   Bottom-line border.
Ps4   Right-column border.
CSI Ps $ } DECSASD Moves cursor from/to status line. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      Moves to main screen.
   = 1      Moves to status line.
CSI Ps $ ~ DECSSDT Select the type of status line displayed. The default value of Ps is 0.
Ps = 0      No status line.
     1      No status line.
     2      Host-writable status line.
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 ; Ps3 ; Ps4 ' w DECEFR Enables filter rectangle for locator report.
Ps1   Top boundary of filter rectangle.
Ps2   Left boundary of filter rectangle.
Ps3   Bottom boundary of filter rectangle.
Ps4   Right boundary of filter rectangle.
Filter rectangles are always treated as "one-shot" events. Anytime the locator is detected to be outside a filter rectangle, an outside rectangle event is generated and the rectangle is disabled.
CSI Ps1 ; Ps2 ' z DECELR DEC locator reporting mode.
Ps1 = 0     Disables locator report.
    = 1     Enables locator report.
    = 2     One shot (allow one report, then disable).
Ps2 = 0     Character mode. Same as 2.
    = 1     Pixel mode. Reporting unit is device physical pixels.
    = 2     Character mode. Reporting unit is character cells.
CSI Pm ' { DECSLE Select the locator event.
Pm = 0      Disables button up/down events, Disables filter rectangle.
   = 1      Enables button down event.
   = 2      Disables button down event.
   = 3      Enables button up event.
   = 4      Disables button up event.
CSI ' | DECRQLP Requests locator report.
Response: CSI Pe ; Pb ; Pr ; Pc ; Pp & w
Pe: Event code.
Pe =  0    Received a locator report request (DECRQLP), but the locator is unavailable.
   =  1    Received a locator report request (DECRQLP).
   =  2    Left button down.
   =  3    Left button up.
   =  4    Middle button down.
   =  5    Middle button up.
   =  6    Right button down.
   =  7    Right button up.
   =  8    Button 4 down. (not supported)
   =  9    Button 4 up. (not supported)
   = 10    Locator outside filter rectangle.

Pb: Button code, ASCII decimal 0-15 indicating which buttons are down if any.
    The state of the four buttons on the locator correspond to the low four
    bits of the decimal value, "1" means button depressed.
  1    Right button.
  2    Middle button.
  4    Left button.
  8    Button 4. (not supported)

Pr: Row coordinate.

Pc: Column coordinate.

Pp: Page. Always 1.

Modes (Standard)

Mode No. Mnemonic Set (SM) Reset (RM)
2 KAM Locks the keyboard. Unlocks the keyboard.
4 IRM Insert mode. Replace mode.
12 SRM Local echo off. Local echo on.
20 LNM New line mode.
- Cursor moves to the first column of the next line when the terminal receives an LF, FF or VT character.
- New-line (Transmit) setting is changed to "CR+LF".
Line feed mode.
- Cursor moves to the current column on the next line when the terminal receives an LF, FF or VT character.
- New-line (Transmit) setting is changed to "CR".
33 WYSTCURM Steady cursor. Blinking cursor.
34 WYULCURM Underline cursor. Block cursor.

Modes (DEC/xterm specific)

Mode No. Mnemonic Set (DECSET) Reset (DECRST)
1 DECCKM Application cursor keys. Normal cursor keys.
3 DECCOLM 132 column mode. 80 column mode.
5 DECSCNM Reverse video mode. Normal video mode.
6 DECOM Enable origin mode.
- The home cursor position is at the upper-left corner of the screen, with in the margins.
- The starting point for line numbers depends on the current top margin setting.
- The cursor cannot move outside of the margins.
Disables origin mode.
- The home cursor position is at the upper-left corner of the screen.
- The starting point for line numbers independent of the margins.
- The cursor can move outside of the margins.
7 DECAWM Enables autowrap mode. Disables autowrap mode.
8 DECARM Auto-repeat keys. No auto-repeat keys.
9 XT_MSE_X10 Enables X10 mouse tracking. Send mouse X & Y on button press. Disables mouse tracking.
12 XT_CBLINK Blinking cursor. Steady cursor.
19 DECPEX Set print extent to full screen. Limit print to scrolling region.
25 DECTCEM Show cursor. Hide cursor.
38 DECTEK Switch to TEK window. Do nothing.
47 XT_ALTSCRN Switch to alternate screen buffer. Switch to normal screen buffer.
59 DECKKDM Kanji terminal mode. Katakana terminal mode.
66 DECNKM Application keypad mode. Numeric keypad mode.
67 DECBKM Backspace key sends BS. Backspace key sends DEL.
69 DECLRMM Enable left and right margins. DECSLRM can set margins. SCP cannot save cursor position. Disable left and right margins. DECSLRM cannot set margins. SCP can save cursor position.
1000 XT_MSE_X11 Enables normal mouse tracking. Send mouse X & Y on button press and release. Disables mouse tracking.
1002 XT_MSE_BTN Enables button-event mouse tracking. Essentially same as normal mouse tracking mode, but also reports button-motion event. Disables mouse tracking.
1003 XT_MSE_ANY Enables any-event mouse tracking. Same as button-event mode, except that all motion events are reported, even if no mouse button is down. Disables mouse tracking.
1004 XT_MSE_WIN Enables focus reporting mode. Disables focus reporting mode.
1005 XT_MSE_UTF Enables xterm (UTF-8) style extended mouse reporting format. Disables extended mouse reporting format.
1006 XT_MSE_SGR Enables xterm (SGR) style extended mouse reporting format. Disables extended mouse reporting format.
1015 - Enables rxvt-unicode style extended mouse reporting format. Disables extended mouse reporting format.
1047 XT_ALTS_47 Switch to alternate screen buffer. Clear screen, and switch to normal screen buffer.
1048 XT_ALTS_48 Save cursor position. Restore cursor position.
1049 XT_EXTSCRN Save cursor position, switch to alternate screen buffer, and clear screen. Clear screen, switch to normal screen buffer, and restore cursor position.
2004 RL_BRACKET Enables Bracketed paste mode. Disables Bracketed paste mode.
7727 - Enables Application Escape mode. Disables Application Escape mode.
7786 - Enables mouse wheel - cursorkey translation. Disables mouse wheel - cursorkey translation.
8200 TTCTH Move cursor to home when erase the complete of display (ED 2). Don't move cursor when erase the complete of display (ED 2).

Character Attributes. (SGR)

No. Attribute
0 Normal
1 Bold
4 Underlined
5 Blink
7 Inverse
22 Normal (neither bold nor faint)
24 Not underlined
25 Steady (not blinking)
27 Positive (not inverse)
30 Set foreground color to Black. (Color No. 0)
31 Set foreground color to Red. (Color No. 1)
32 Set foreground color to Green. (Color No. 2)
33 Set foreground color to Yellow. (Color No. 3)
34 Set foreground color to Blue. (Color No. 4)
35 Set foreground color to Magenta. (Color No. 5)
36 Set foreground color to Cyan. (Color No. 6)
37 Set foreground color to White. (Color No. 7)
38 ; 2 ; r ; g ; b
38 ; 2 ; r : g : b
38 ; 2 : r : g : b
38 : 2 : r : g : b
Set foreground color in RGB value, matching closest entry in 256 colors palette.
38 ; 5 ; Ps
38 ; 5 : Ps
38 : 5 : Ps
Set foreground color to color number Ps.
39 Set foreground color to default.
40 Set background color to Black. (Color No. 0)
41 Set background color to Red. (Color No. 1)
42 Set background color to Green. (Color No. 2)
43 Set background color to Yellow. (Color No. 3)
44 Set background color to Blue. (Color No. 4)
45 Set background color to Magenta. (Color No. 5)
46 Set background color to Cyan. (Color No. 6)
47 Set background color to White. (Color No. 7)
48 ; 2 ; r ; g ; b
48 ; 2 ; r : g : b
48 ; 2 : r : g : b
48 : 2 : r : g : b
Set background color in RGB value, matching closest entry in 256 colors palette.
48 ; 5 ; Ps
48 ; 5 : Ps
48 : 5 : Ps
Set background color to color number Ps.
49 Set background color to default.
90 Set foreground color to Gray. (Color No. 8)
91 Set foreground color to Bright Red. (Color No. 9)
92 Set foreground color to Bright Green. (Color No. 10)
93 Set foreground color to Bright Yellow. (Color No. 11)
94 Set foreground color to Bright Blue. (Color No. 12)
95 Set foreground color to Bright Magenta. (Color No. 13)
96 Set foreground color to Bright Cyan. (Color No. 14)
97 Set foreground color to Bright White. (Color No. 15)
100 Set background color to Gray. (Color No. 8)
101 Set background color to Bright Red. (Color No. 9)
102 Set background color to Bright Green. (Color No. 10)
103 Set background color to Bright Yellow. (Color No. 11)
104 Set background color to Bright Blue. (Color No. 12)
105 Set background color to Bright Magenta. (Color No. 13)
106 Set background color to Bright Cyan. (Color No. 14)
107 Set background color to Bright White. (Color No. 15)

DCS Sequence

Sequence Mnemonic Description
DCS Ps1 ; Ps2 | Pt ST DECUDK Define user function key.
DCS ! { Pt ST DECSTUI Change Terminal Unique ID to Pt. DECSTUI works only when LockTUID LockTUID setting is off.
DCS $ q Pt ST DECRQSS Request selection or setting.
Pt: the setting that the host asks about.
Pt = m    SGR
   = r    DECSTBM
   = s    DECSLRM
   = " p  DECSCL
   = " q  DECSCA
   = SP q DECSCUSR
   = * x  DECSACE

Response: DCS Ps $ r Pt ST
Ps = 0    Valid request.
          Pt indicates the current setting of a valid control function
          that the host asked about. 
          Pt consists of all the characters in the control function,
          except the CSI or ESC [ introducer characters.
   = 1    Invalid request. Does not send Pt.
DCS + q Pt ST - Request Termcap/Terminfo string.
Pt: capability name encoded in hexadecimal (2 digits per character).

Response: DCS Ps + r Pt ST
Ps = 0   Invalid request. Does not send Pt.
   = 1   Valid request.

OSC Sequence

Format

OSC Ps ; Pt ST
OSC Ps ; Pt BEL
Ps Description
0, 1, 2 Change window title to Pt.
4 Change color.
Pt = c ; spec
Change color number c to the color specified by spec.
spec accepts following formats.
rgb:r/g/b
rgb:rr/gg/bb
rgb:rrr/ggg/bbb
rgb:rrrr/gggg/bbbb
#rgb
#rrggbb
#rrrgggbbb
#rrrrggggbbbb
?
When the spec is "?", the color responses with below format.
OSC 4 ; c ; rgb:rrrr/gggg/bbbb ST
5 Change special color.
Pt = c ; spec
Change special color number c to the color specified by spec.
The Pt is the c ; spec format, and configure the color of the character attribute regarding the c at the spec.
The c and character attribute are in the following:
c = 0   Bold
  = 1   Underline
  = 2   Blink
  = 3   Reverse
Format of spec is same as OSC 4's spec.
10 Change VT Window's text color to Pt. Format of Pt is same as OSC 4's spec.
11 Change VT Window's background color to Pt. Format of Pt is same as OSC 4's spec.
15 Change TEK Window's text color to Pt. Format of Pt is same as OSC 4's spec.
16 Change TEK Window's background color to Pt. Format of Pt is same as OSC 4's spec.
52 Clipboard access.
Pt = Pc ; Pd
Change the contents of clipboard Pc to Pd.

Pc: ignored.
Pd: new clipboard contents. encoded in base64.
When the Pd is the "?", the request does. The clipboard content responses as same style.
104 Reset color number Pt.
105 Reset special color number Pt.
110 Reset VT Window's text color.
111 Reset VT Window's background color.
115 Reset TEK Window's text color.
116 Reset TEK Window's background color.

SOS Sequence

Format

SOS Pt ST

Tera Term implements no SOS functions; Pt is ignored.

PM Sequence

Format

PM Pt ST

Tera Term implements no PM functions; Pt is ignored.

APC Sequence

Format

APC Pt ST

Tera Term implements no APC functions; Pt is ignored.

References