PowerScreen (Screen for PowerShell)

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The goal of this project is to create a clone of the Unix application "Screen" (we will call it PowerScreen). Screen is a text based console window manager. It allows multiple virtual consoles per console and it is easy to switch between virtual consoles. One of the big be...

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