VT100


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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 Internet provider, be it your educational institution or a commercial provider, is running Internet applications on its mainframe computer, such as telnet and ftp while you are running a software such as Procomm or Crosstalk to enable your computer to emulate a VT100 terminal.
OCLC Gateway Software is compatible with many kinds of computer equipment, ranging from OCLC workstations and PCs running PASSPORT (OCLC communications software), to Apple and other computers running VT100 emulation packages, IBM 3270 terminals, commonly used local system terminals, and other public-access machines.
It interfaces with AT&T's Sceptr terminals, as well as with Prestel and Digital's VT100 terminals.
Combine this with VT100 terminal emulation and you'll spend the better part of a day trying to open up a file without sending it to oblivion.
Intelligent Technologies International of Palo Alto, California also provides access to IBM and Digital host computers with its PC Express, which emulates 327X terminals for SNA network applications, as well as Digital's VT52 and VT100 terminals.
MultiExpress for Windows provides emulation of VT100, ANSI, and IBM 3101 terminals ensuring appropriate functions for the variety of remote systems, bulletin board systems, and mini/mainframe computers with which the user may wish to connect.
It supports all Digital's VT100 and VT200 video terminals and the firm's family of personal computers, as well as VT100-compatible terminals.
New front ends make the SALBIN interface seem clunky and the VT100 terminal emulation it provides unattractive.
Users' equipment must emulate a VT100 terminal to take advantage to these user-friendly screens.
* Is accessible from any terminal or PC that uses VT100 emulation, thereby eliminating the need for special hardware or software.