I am on terminal.
I'd like to invoke a ncurses based program
a.out. In vim, I do
:silent !a.out, which will directly show
In emacs, the closest thing I can do is
(suspend-emacs "a.out"). However, the parent terminal will first be shown, and then
a.out will be launched. It is as if we literally first suspend emacs, and type
a.out, hence showing the original content on the terminal, losing the silent benefit as in vim.