Definitions for "Escape sequence"
A sequence of characters (usually +++) that tell the modem to change from data mode to command mode.
In C/C++, a character combination consisting of a backslash (\) followed by a letter or by a combination of digits. An escape sequence is regarded as a single character and is therefore valid as a character constant. Escape sequences are typically used to provide literal representations of nonprinting characters, such as the newline character (\n) and characters that have special meanings in the C/C++ language, such as the double quotation mark (\").
A special sequence of characters that represents another character.
Keywords:  distract, dig, tunnel, fence, throw
Distract guard. Dig tunnel. Cut throw fence...
a control instruction which orders the shell to execute a specific step