A few NVT questions

Bill Kelly <kellywh@mail.auburn.edu> Mon, 03 April 1995 15:00 UTC

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Hi,

I was asked these questions, and thought this might be the best place to 
get decent answers to them.  Can anyone help?  My only answer was "I 
guess it's up to the implementor of a client to decide"...

>About NVT
>4. How many columns (characters) does horizontal tab (HT) have?
>
>5. If some key are assigned for following control functions for NVT,
>   do you have any idea what keys should be assigned in general?
>     IP  - Ctrl-C?
>     AO  - ?
>     EC  - BackSpace
>     EL  - ?
>     BRK - Break?

Thanks,
Bill

Bill Kelly               phone: (334) 844-4512
Auburn University     Internet: kellywh@mail.auburn.edu
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