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xterm was originally written in 1984 as a stand-alone terminal emulator for the VS100 by Mark Vandevoorde and became the default terminal for the X Window System. Around 1996 the main line of development shifted to XFree86, and xterm is currently maintained by Thomas Dickey.
xterm implemented several enhancements to the VT100 standard, most notably mouse tracking.

XTERM Console Codes

Control Characters

Escape Sequences

CSI Color Sequences

CSI System Sequences

OSC System Sequences


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Clients supporting XTERM

Comparison of terminal emulators - Wikipedia has a list of terminal emulators with XTERM support.