So I was reading some topics and found over the lua manual this:
\\b back space
\\f form feed
\\r carriage return
\\t horizontal tab
\\v vertical tab
\" double quote
\\' single quote
\\[ left square bracket
\\] right square bracket
I’l like to know what:
\\v do. It’s interesting.
@TokOut Those are old teletype commands that got carried forward.
The \\a rang a bell to let you know something was starting to print or ending.
The \\b moved the print head one character to the left.
The \\f moved the paper up one line.
The \\r moved the print head all the way left.
The \\t moved the print head some character amount to the right.
The \\v moved the print head in a vertical position some number of lines.
Thank you! Us very interesting. Also why didn’t they in Lua mention