stty accepts the following non-option arguments that change aspects of the terminal line operation. A `[-]' before a capability means that it can be turned off by preceding it with a `-'. Some arguments are not available on all systems, since they use non-POSIX extensions. Such arguments are marked below with `(np)'.
The special characters' default values vary from system to system.
They are set with the syntax `name value', where the names are listed
below and the value can be given either literally, in hat notation
(`^c'), or as an integer which may start with `0x' to indicate
hexadecimal, `0' to indicate octal, or any other digit to indicate
decimal. Giving a value of `^-' or `undef' disables that special