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

 
Output of file : XEN.MK contained in archive : ZMSCRIP.ZIP
: Execute this file with a "source xen.mk" command
: For Pro-YAM 17.26+
p#25 : 25 lines for application
cls
echo "Xenix ANSI Key Mapping for 101 key keyboard"
display vt100 mapkb nostat mapkb
pK1 : Uncomment if Extended kbd used
mk :Clear old mapping
mk 59 16 0 M : F1
mk 60 16 0 N : F2
mk 61 16 0 O : F3
mk 62 16 0 P : F4
mk 63 16 0 Q : F5
mk 64 16 0 R : F6
mk 65 16 0 S : F7
mk 66 16 0 T : F8
mk 67 16 0 U : F9
mk 68 16 0 V : F10
mk 133 16 0 W : F11
mk 134 16 0 X : F12

mk 84 18 0 Y :F1 - shift
mk 84 17 0 Y :F1 - shift
mk 85 18 0 Z
mk 85 17 0 Z
mk 86 18 0 a
mk 86 17 0 a
mk 87 18 0 b
mk 87 17 0 b
mk 88 18 0 c
mk 88 17 0 c
mk 89 18 0 d :F6 -shift
mk 89 17 0 d
mk 90 18 0 e
mk 90 17 0 e
mk 91 18 0 f
mk 91 17 0 f
mk 92 18 0 g
mk 92 17 0 g
mk 93 18 0 h
mk 93 17 0 h
mk 135 18 0 i :F11 - shift
mk 135 17 0 i
mk 136 18 0 j
mk 136 17 0 j

mk 94 20 0 k :F1 - Ctrl
mk 95 20 0 l
mk 96 20 0 m
mk 97 20 0 n
mk 98 20 0 o
mk 99 20 0 p
mk 100 20 0 q
mk 101 20 0 r
mk 102 20 0 s
mk 103 20 0 t
mk 137 20 0 u
mk 138 20 0 v

mk 94 21 0 w :F1 - Ctrl-shift
mk 94 22 0 w :F1 - Ctrl-shift
mk 95 21 0 x
mk 95 22 0 x
mk 96 21 0 y
mk 96 22 0 y
mk 97 21 0 z
mk 97 22 0 z

mk 98 21 0 @
mk 98 22 0 @
mk 99 21 0 [
mk 99 22 0 [
mk 100 21 0 "\134"
mk 100 22 0 "\134"
mk 101 21 0 ]
mk 101 22 0 ]
mk 102 21 0 "\136"
mk 102 22 0 "\136"
mk 103 21 0 "\137"
mk 103 22 0 "\137"
mk 137 21 0 "`"
mk 137 22 0 "`"
mk 138 21 0 {
mk 138 22 0 {

mk 15 66 0 Z : Shift-TAB
mk 584 64 0 A : Up KEYS ON CURSOR CLUSTER ONLY
mk 592 64 0 B : Down
mk 589 64 0 C : Right
mk 76 64 0 E : Center
mk 587 64 0 D : Left
mk 591 64 0 F : End
mk 593 64 0 G : PgDn
mk 583 64 0 H : Home
mk 585 64 0 I : PgUp
mk 594 64 0 L : Ins
mk 595 64 4 \177 : Del rubout
ret


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

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/