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When you type CTRL/U (control-U), the monitor deletes your current
input line, back to the last time you pressed RETURN. On hard-copy
terminals, the monitor responds with a carriage-return/line-feed,
after which you can retype the line. On video terminals, the entire
line that you typed is removed from the screen. After you have
pressed RETURN, you can no longer use the line-editing features (for
example, CTRL/U and DELETE) on that line.
Type the correct characters.
SET TTY LA36<RET>