on_command Event

Fired when a Telnet command comes from the Telnet server.

Syntax

class TelnetCommandEventParams(object):
  @property
  def command_code() -> int: ...

# In class Telnet:
@property
def on_command() -> Callable[[TelnetCommandEventParams], None]: ...
@on_command.setter
def on_command(event_hook: Callable[[TelnetCommandEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

Codes for Telnet commands and their meanings are defined in the Telnet RFCs. Here are some examples:

241 (NOP)No operation.
242 (Data Mark)The data stream portion of a Synch. This should always be accompanied by a TCP Urgent notification.
243 (Break)NVT character BRK.
244 (Interrupt Process)The function IP.
245 (Abort Output)The function AO.
246 (Are You There)The function AYT.
247 (Erase Character)The function EC.
248 (Erase Line)The function EL.
249 (Go Ahead)The GA signal.

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