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; set AT&T 2224B autodial sequence for access to TSO in F9 key.
SET KEY F9
AT4922223\15
; set F10 key to TSO LOGON command.
SET KEY F10
LOGON AAAAIII/NONE/BBB\15
0Since SET KEY is a two-line command, a special trick is necessary in
order to
include it in a single-line macro definition: just use a comma where
you would
have typed carriage return after the first line, for instance:
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define bar set key scan 261,foo
0The CLEAR command may be used to eliminate all key redefinitions. The
SET KEY
facility may be used provide the PC with a "meta" key for use with
editors like
EMACS or TVEDIT that can use "meta characters" as commands. Note: No
Computer
Center supported software offered on the IBM System 370 uses meta
keys as
described here. A meta key is a shift key whose effect is to turn on
the 8th
(parity) bit of the character.
For instance, on the IBM PC the
scan codes
produced by holding down ALT together with other keys can be
determined using
SHOW KEY, and then 8-bit ASCII equivalents with the 8th bit turned
on can be
defined using SET KEY; if the scan code produced by typing ALT-a,
i.e., the
letter "a" (ASCII 141, octal) with the ALT key held down, is 2078
(decimal), you
would set the META equivalent to 141+200=341 (octal), or "\341" in octal
SET KEY
notation:
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Kermit-MS>show key
Press a key: ALT-a
Scan Code: 2078
Definition:
Kermit-MS>set key scan 2078
Definition String: \341
0Whenever you type ALT-a with this definition in effect, Kermit-MS will
transmit
octal 341, rather than 141.
Section 7 -- MS-DOS Kermit for
the IBM-PC
1158
Kermit File Transfer
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