using terminal inside vim

# Expected behavior should work just fine. Here's is what the output of vim looks like when I try to render it using my laser printer: The reason that this output doesn't look very useful is because my printer isn't expecting to be used as a display terminal for vim. terminal inside vim, inspired from mattn/vim-terminal. Use |jobwait()| to check if the terminal job has finished: let running = jobwait([&channel], 0)[0] == -1 ===== :Termdebug plugin * terminal-debug* The Terminal debugging plugin can be used to debug a program with gdb and view the source code in a Vim window. -Use the client-server mechanism.

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