Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
Filename : DASHRSTD.MK

 
Output of file : DASHRSTD.MK contained in archive : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
: DASHRSTD.MK
: revised 18-05-90 (Hans)
: used for ibm comp pc XT or AT with 83 key keyboard
: the 101 keys F11 - F15 and SF11 - SF15 are stored in AF1 - AF10

display dasher 8bit
display stat=off : no yam status line
display mapkb : enable keyboard mapping
reskeys : reset softkeys
mk : clear mk table
handshake off : DG uses all codes!
dis -ZK
pF7
pn7
pK0 : 83 keyboard
set entstr "\012" : Line Feed
set bs "\177" : Backspace
set fhome "\036\134" : Home
set fpgup "\036\135" : Page up
set fend "\036\136" : End
set fpgdn "\036\137" : Page down
set fdown "\032" : arrow down
set fleft "\031" : arrow left
set fright "\030" : arrow right
set fup "\027" : arrow up
set fins "\014" : insert char
set fdel "\013" : delete char

: F1 tm F10
set f1 "\036\161" :
set f2 "\036\162" :
set f3 "\036\163" :
set f4 "\036\164" :
set f5 "\036\165" :
set f6 "\036\166" :
set f7 "\036\167" :
set f8 "\036\170" :
set f9 "\036\171" :
set f10 "\036\172" :

: SHIFT-F1 tm SHIFT-F10
set fs1 "\036\141" :
set fs2 "\036\142" :
set fs3 "\036\143" :
set fs4 "\036\144" :
set fs5 "\036\145" :
set fs6 "\036\146" :
set fs7 "\036\147" :
set fs8 "\036\150" :
set fs9 "\036\151" :
set fs10 "\036\152" :

: CONTROL-F1 tm CONTROL-F10
set fc1 "\036\061" :
set fc2 "\036\062" :
set fc3 "\036\063" :
set fc4 "\036\064" :
set fc5 "\036\065" :
set fc6 "\036\066" :
set fc7 "\036\067" :
set fc8 "\036\070" :
set fc9 "\036\071" :
set fc10 "\036\072" :

: ALT-F1 tm ALT-F10
set fa1 "\036\173" : F11
set fa2 "\036\174" : F12
set fa3 "\036\175" : F13
set fa4 "\036\176" : F14
set fa5 "\036\160" : F15
set fa6 "\036\153" : SF11
set fa7 "\036\154" : SF12
set fa8 "\036\155" : SF13
set fa9 "\036\156" : SF14
set fa10 "\036\140" : SF15

mk 35 4 4 "\010" : CTRL-H



  3 Responses to “Category : Communication (modem) tools and utilities
Archive   : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
Filename : DASHRSTD.MK

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