So, in all command lines I've ever seen, there's a little info-thingy at the start of the line before the cursor.
CMD just shows your current working directory:
PowerShell does the same and also reminds you that you're using PowerShell:
Bash on Ubuntu also displays your hostname and username so you don't get confused with SSH:
And ZSH can go even further with info about source control, return code, time and whatever you want really.
But what is it called?
In the sentence, "I have to print a newline at the end of this script so the info-thingy is displayed properly.", what would be the correct term for info-thingy?