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0Here are the rules for using the special Apple ][ or ][+ input, to
get all
printable ASCII characters, and how they appear on the screen:
0Special meanings are applied in various contexts to certain
characters.
The
left and right arrow keys do special things, and sometimes the escape
key does
as well.
0For letters, the keyboard is always in either default UPPERCASE mode or
default
lowercase mode. When in UPPERCASE, all letters typed are sent out as
uppercase.
In lowercase, all letters are sent out as lowercase. To reverse the
case for
the next character only, hit the right-arrow ("prefix") key. To
switch the
default case, hit the prefix-key twice in a row.
0For funny characters, the prefix key is also used to get the unusual
punctuation
characters which are not on the Apple keyboard. Here they are: (To
represent
the right-arrow prefix character, we are using the letter p).
0To get
Type
Appearance
0Left Square Bracket
p(
[
Right Square
p)
]
Left Curly Bracket
p<
$
Right Curly Bracket
p>
Underline
p_
Backslash
p/
\
Tilde (wiggle)
pX
~
Vertical Line
p.
|
At-sign
p"
@
0The left-arrow key sends a rubout.
0With left-arrow and right arrow doing special things, it is a little
hard to
enter their characters (Control-H and Control-U respectively).
There is
therefore an escape from prefix mode sequence. If you type prefix-ESC,
the next
character is sent without any interpretation.
0
Section 8 -- APPLE-DOS Kermit for the
Apple ][
1182
Kermit File Transfer
Package
SET KEY-SUBSTITUTE
0Syntax: SET KEY-SUBSTITUTE old-number new-number
0This command may be used to tell KERMIT-A2 to transmit a different
character
each time a particular key is pressed. For example, the command could
be used
to transmit the letter "B" each time the "A" key was pressed. The first
number