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in the command (i.e., "old number") , specifies the decimal value
(between 0 and
127) of the ASCII character to be translated. The second number in the
command,
(i.e., "new number"), specifies the decimal value of the ASCII character
that is
to be transmitted. If the second number does not have the high order
bit set
(i.e., the number is less than 128), then the character transmitted
will be
prefixed by an escape. For example, the command:
0
SET KEY-SUBSTITUTE 65 194
0would send "B" (decimal 194) whenever the "A" (decimal 65) key was
pressed.
Similarly, the command:
0
SET KEY-SUBSTITUTE 35 36
0would send ESCAPE "$" (decimal 36) whenever the "#" (decimal 35)
key was
pressed.
-SET LINEFEED
0Syntax: SET LINEFEED ON or OFF
0When set to ON, KERMIT-A2 will send a linefeed after each carriage
return.
-SET LOCAL-ECHO
0Syntax: SET LOCAL-ECHO ON or OFF
0Specify how characters are echoed while CONNECTed to a remote
system.
ON
specifies that characters are to be echoed by KERMIT-A2 (because
neither the
remote computer nor the communications circuitry has been requested to
echo),
and is appropriate for half-duplex connections.
APPLE-DOS Kermit for the Apple ][-- Section 8
1Kermit File Transfer Package
183
SET LOWER-CASE-DISPLAY
0Syntax: SET LOWER-CASE-DISPLAY keyword
0Specify how lower case characters are to be displayed while
CONNECTED to a
remote system. The allowable options are:
0INVERSE-UPPER Upper case letters are displayed in normal upper case.
Lower
case letters are displayed in inverse upper case. By
default,
the keyboard is in the lower case mode.
0LOWER-CASE
All characters are displayed in the proper case.
Upper case