$buffer-hilight - Define current buffer hilighting scheme.
$buffer-hilight hilightNum; Default is 0
0 <= hilightNum <= 255
$buffer-hilight Sets the current buffer's hi-lighting scheme (see hilight(2) for a full description of hi-lighting). The default setting is 0 which specifies no hi-lighting, when set to a non-zero, the hi-light scheme of that number MUST already be defined.
Terminals that cannot display color directly may still be able to take benefit from hi-lighting. A terminal that has fonts can use them in the same way using the add-color-scheme(2) command. The hi-light scheme is also used in printing (see print-buffer(2)). If, however, your terminal cannot display color in any way, it is recommended that hi-lighting is disabled (except when printing) as it does take CPU time.
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