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Old 08-03-2011, 08:10 AM   #1
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echo argument at same line at cshell


Hi...

i have variable that every 5 minutes is change
how can i echo this variable at same line same position?
 
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In practice you have to freely move the cursor position before echoing something. You can do this by means of the tput command, e.g.
Code:
tput cup 4 5
moves the cursor to row 4 column 5. Hope this helps.
 
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