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Working on my #ANSI terminal emulator. Whenever I don't know how it should behave, I just test it out with an existing one. Consequently, I've been doing terrible things to my terminal. Did you know that when you send a character that takes more than one space (such as an emoji) and then command the cursor to move back by one space, they really don't like it?
#programming #TerminalAbuse
The trouble is that I'm never sure when I'm getting myself into the dreaded "undefined behavior" territory. To be fair, in the original ANSI standard, all characters were always the same width.

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Hey Haskellers

!Haskell Users Group (unofficial)
With the nonsense going on over at #Reddit, I've created an unofficial replacement for r/Haskell in the fediverse in the abscence of an official one. It should be fully compatible with kbin. Please feel free to post anything relevant to the Haskell language here.
#haskell #programming

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