The Term::VT102 Perl module provides emulation of a VT102 terminal.

Like the `expect' Tcl extension, this module is intended primarily for use as a way of automating processes; for instance, you can write a script which connects via telnet to a full-screen service of some kind (such as a router, or a telephone switch), uses this module to parse the output, and therefore can tell what is currently "on the screen" and react accordingly. `expect' cannot really do this, as it is stream-oriented, rather than being able to tell you, say, what's on the top row of the screen.

You can download the latest version from here or from your nearest CPAN mirror.

Someone else has also developed a Ruby port of this Perl module.

This software is distributed under the terms of the Artistic License.

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