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VT100

An early computer video terminal. Its technical aspects became standard for later models. It was introduced in 1978 and replaced by the VT200 in 1983.
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The new OlivePad VT-100 will also enable users to read e-books as well browse the web via its webkit browser which comes with a flash support.
Regarding keystroke emulation, EA/2 accepts the most common terminal emulations, ANSI, VT-100, VT-200, VT-300, and VT-400.
If you are not on a network and would still like to evaluate Gopher, you can use the VT-100 UNIX client at the University of Minnesota.
PNMN requires that your computer emulate a VT-100 terminal.
However, it is not necessary that you use this program if your regular telecommunications software provides VT-100 terminal emulation.
It supports VT-100, VT-52, ADM-1, and T1910 trminal emulation.
For example, when ProComm emulates a VT-100 terminal, it uses F1 as the PF1 key, shifted F10 as the Enter key, and shift F4 as the keypad dash key.