Most terminal emulators running on Unix-like systems (such as xterm and the OS X Terminal) interpret ANSI escape sequences. The Linux console (the text seen when X is not running) also interprets them. Terminal programs for Microsoft Windows designed to show text from an outside source (a serial port, modem, or socket) also interpret them. Some support for text from local programs on Windows is offered through alternate command processors such as JP Software's TCC (formerly 4NT), Michael J. Mefford's ANSI.COM, and Jason Hood's ansicon.
Many Unix console applications (e.g., ls, grep, Vim, and Emacs) can generate them. Utility programs such as tput output them, as well as in low-level programming libraries, such as termcap or terminfo, or a higher-level library such as curses.
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