is for the Emacs text terminal emulator, which by default runs in a sub-shell in a buffer named `*terminal*` with `term-mode`. `M-x term` command starts a terminal.
Emacs uses term and terminal synonymously for the text terminal emulator.
Emacs runs term by default in term-mode, which can use or switch between the two
input modes: shell-mode and
For controlling the appearance of terminal screens, Emacs supports ansi-term escape sequences recognized by such modern terminals as
Within a text term, which is a non-window terminal, Emacs can display only one frame at a time.
Emacs Lisp provides
terminal type as one of the extended data types for programming editing features.
When using the tags term or terminal, use additional tags where appropriate or describe with appropriate Emacs terminology related to terminal emulators.