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19.2.2 Input settings

These settings control operations on data received from the terminal.

ignbrk
Ignore break characters. May be negated.
brkint
Make breaks cause an interrupt signal. May be negated.
ignpar
Ignore characters with parity errors. May be negated.
parmrk
Mark parity errors (with a 255-0-character sequence). May be negated.
inpck
Enable input parity checking. May be negated.
istrip
Clear high (8th) bit of input characters. May be negated.
inlcr
Translate newline to carriage return. May be negated.
igncr
Ignore carriage return. May be negated.
icrnl
Translate carriage return to newline. May be negated.
iutf8
Assume input characters are UTF-8 encoded. May be negated.
ixon
Enable XON/XOFF flow control (that is, Ctrl-S/Ctrl-Q). May be negated.
ixoff
tandem
Enable sending of stop character when the system input buffer is almost full, and start character when it becomes almost empty again. May be negated.
iuclc
Translate uppercase characters to lowercase. Non-POSIX. May be negated. Note ilcuc is not implemented, as one would not be able to issue almost any (lowercase) Unix command, after invoking it.
ixany
Allow any character to restart output (only the start character if negated). Non-POSIX. May be negated.
imaxbel
Enable beeping and not flushing input buffer if a character arrives when the input buffer is full. Non-POSIX. May be negated.