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41.9 Term Mode

The terminal emulator uses Term mode, which has two input modes. In line mode, Term basically acts like Shell mode; see Shell Mode. In char mode, each character is sent directly to the inferior subshell, except for the Term escape character, normally C-c.

To switch between line and char mode, use these commands:

C-c C-j
Switch to line mode. Do nothing if already in line mode.


C-c C-k
Switch to char mode. Do nothing if already in char mode.

The following commands are only available in char mode:

C-c C-c
Send a literal <C-c> to the sub-shell.
C-c char
This is equivalent to C-x char in normal Emacs. For example, C-c o invokes the global binding of C-x o, which is normally ‘other-window’.

 
 
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