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Old 02-28-2005
Full-Screen Script

Hi guys

Pls I would like knew how to execut a script in full-screen.

My shell is Korn in HP-UX 10.20.

Thanks.

Morcegao
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Old 03-01-2005
You can use clear command to show any commands output as full screen based as example as,

#!/bin/ksh
# full screen test

while true; do
clear
ls
sleep 4
done

exit 0
# end

It will show the files in the current directory. sleep 4 is used to syncronize operation.

If i am giving wrong answer let me know your more input to give suitable solution.

HTH.
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