cygwin-bash & 44 rows?

Klaus Reinhardt K.Rdt@TU-Berlin.DE
Sun Dec 13 14:22:00 GMT 1998

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I'm used to work (on DOS and Linux) with 44 rows (bash). Now I can 
execute under cygwin-bash my old DOS-program called|asm, and
there are rows 44, which is also reported correctly by stt -a. But
in the 'lower half' for instance backspace behaves strangely: a right-
movement is done, though the left character is obviously deleted in
the buffer.

Any one an idea?

	Thanks Klaus
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