ANSI escape codes for manipulating the terminal
$ npm install --save ansi-escapes
const ansiEscapes = ;// moves the cursor two rows up and to the leftprocessstdout;//=> '\u001b[2A\u001b[1000D'
Set the absolute position of the cursor.
y0 is the top left of the screen.
Specify either both
x, or nothing.
Set the position of the cursor relative to its current position.
Move cursor up a specific amount of rows. Default is
Move cursor down a specific amount of rows. Default is
Move cursor forward a specific amount of rows. Default is
Move cursor backward a specific amount of rows. Default is
Move cursor to the left side.
Save cursor position.
Restore saved cursor position.
Get cursor position.
Move cursor to the next line.
Move cursor to the previous line.
Erase from the current cursor position up the specified amount of rows.
Erase from the current cursor position to the end of the current line.
Erase from the current cursor position to the start of the current line.
Erase the entire current line.
Erase the screen from the current line down to the bottom of the screen.
Erase the screen from the current line up to the top of the screen.
Erase the screen and move the cursor the top left position.
Scroll display up one line.
Scroll display down one line.
Clear the terminal screen.
Output a beeping sound.
Display an image.
Currently only supported on iTerm >=2.9.
See term-img for a higher-level module.
Buffer of an image. Usually read in with
The width and height are given as a number followed by a unit, or the word "auto".
N: N character cells.
Npx: N pixels.
N%: N percent of the session's width or height.
auto: The image's inherent size will be used to determine an appropriate dimension.
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