set window title and icon name for X terminal
Xtitle sets the window title and/or the icon name of the terminal window in which it is run to be its command line arguments. It does this by outputting the appropriate xterm(1) control sequence charac- ters. Unless messages are suppressed, xtitle will also report the settings it has made.
Note: In order ro be able to change the terminal's title, the terminal must support ANSI escape codes.
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