I want to see the functioning of # and @ in unix terminal but my terminal isnt able to use them and it just treats them as normal characters. Is there any online compiler where i can see their working. I have already tried some online compilers: http://www.freelinuxconsole.info/terminal/, https://www.tutorialspoint.com/powershell_terminal_online.php but nothing works here too. Please help.
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Have you been reading some old book on Unix? These characters were used back in the old days of paper terminals, say some 35+ years ago. If you want to use them, you'll have to reconfigure the erase and kill characters with the
stty erase \# stty kill @