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#3VT100 series Torture Test Demonstration.
#4VT100 series Torture Test Demonstration.
#6       Watch the blinking lights        


This file is a VT100-series Torture Test.  It demonstrates all the visual
attributes of the VT100 terminal.

The top line is double-width/single-height with inverse-video line-drawing
characters.  The 2nd and 3rd lines are double-width/double-height in bold
inverse video.  They also show the limited scrolling region.

The remaining lines will show NORMAL, BOLD, BLINK, INVERSE, and all 16
combinations of those 4 attributes.  They show that there is a difference
between an underscore character and the underline attribute, and that
lower-case decenders go below the underline.

A window pane is drawn in the lower right to show how the line-drawing set
can be used.  At the lower left is the character set double-wide/double-high
to show the dot-matrix used.  Upper-case characters are 8 by 7 in a 10 by 10
character cell, with 1 blank row on top and 2 on the bottom.  The underline
attribute uses the first bottom blank row, lower-case decenders use both.

This is a normal line __________________________________________________y_
This is a bold line (normal unless the Advanced Video Option is installed)
This line is underlined _ "       "       "       "       "       "    _y_
This is a blinking line _ "       "       "       "       "       "    _y_
This is inverse video _ (underlined if no AVO and cursor is underline) _y_
Normal gjpqy Underline   Blink   Underline+Blink gjpqy
Bold   gjpqy Underline   Blink   Underline+Blink gjpqy
Inverse      Underline   Blink   Underline+Blink
Bold+Inverse Underline   Blink   Underline+Blink
#6This is double width
#3This is double height
#4This is double height
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#4`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~ tqnqu
#6`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}~(0 mqvqj(B
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   This test created by Joe Smith, 8-May-85   


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