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KB#00019-Loading edit keys explained in detail

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Loading edit keys explained in detail

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The following example illustrates one method of multiple key loading. When loading edit keys it is not necessary to load all the keys at one time. In the example below the Home key (04) is not loaded. You should note that while the following example is spaced down the page, the code you type in could be on several lines on screen. 

Example Code Description 

>Print 'EL' Edit load mnemonic indicates we are loading edit keys. 
+ "3" Tells 'EL' what we are doing; in this case, loading more than one key. 
+$09 Total number of keys to load. In this case nine keys. 
00 Left Arrow / Key Number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
08 Key sequence 
01 Right Arrow / Key Number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
0C Key sequence 
02 Up Arrow / Key number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
0B Key sequence 
03 Down Arrow / Key number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
0A Key sequence 
05 End / Key number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
01 Key sequence 
06 Page Up / Key number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
15 Key sequence 
07 Page Down / Key number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
06 Key sequence 
08 Insert / Key number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
14 Key sequence 
09 Delete / Key number 
01 Byte length of key sequence 
18 Key sequence 



Last Modified: 12/24/1997 Product: PRO/5 Operating System: All platforms

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