How can I know which GNU screen I'm currently looking at

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I'm connected to an Ubuntu machine and I just ran screen -ls which shows me the following result

There are screens on:
        1146.cmd        (02/09/2023 05:44:21 PM)        (Detached)
        21093.minecraft  (02/08/2023 07:50:53 PM)        (Attached)
        20315.pts-8.vps23452   (02/08/2023 06:32:58 PM)        (Attached) 
3 Sockets in /var/run/screen/S-root.

How can I know which one I'm currently looking at?

I sit in a Tesla and translated this thread with Ai:


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