Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : LW22.ZIP
Filename : KEYLIST

 
Output of file : KEYLIST contained in archive : LW22.ZIP
F1 3B00
F2 3C00
F3 3D00
F4 3E00
F5 3F00
F6 4000
F7 4100
F8 4200
F9 4300
F10 4400
F11 8500
F12 8600
CTRL-PgUp 8400
CTRL-PgDn 7600
CTRL-HOME 7700
CTRL-END 7500
CTRL-Up 8D00
CTRL-Down 9100
CTRL-Left 7300
CTRL-Right 7400
UP-Arrow 4800
DOWN-Arrow 5000
RIGHT-Arrow 4D00
LEFT-Arrow 4B00
HOME 4700
END 4F00
PgDn 5100
PgUp 4900
INSERT 5200
DELETE 5300
SHIFT-F1 5400
SHIFT-F2 5500
SHIFT-F3 5600
SHIFT-F4 5700
SHIFT-F5 5800
SHIFT-F6 5900
SHIFT-F7 5A00
SHIFT-F8 5B00
SHIFT-F9 5C00
SHIFT-F10 5D00
SHIFT-F11 8700

SHIFT-F12 8800
CTRL-F1 5E00
CTRL-F2 5F00
CTRL-F3 6000
CTRL-F4 6100
CTRL-F5 6200
CTRL-F6 6300
CTRL-F7 6400
CTRL-F8 6500
CTRL-F9 6600
CTRL-F10 6700
CTRL-F11 8900
CTRL-F12 8A00
ALT-0 8100
ALT-1 7800
ALT-2 7900
ALT-3 7A00
ALT-4 7B00
ALT-5 7C00
ALT-6 7D00
ALT-7 7E00
ALT-8 7F00
ALT-9 8000
ALT-- 8200
ALT-= 8300
ALT-Q 1000
ALT-W 1100
ALT-E 1200
ALT-R 1300
ALT-T 1400
ALT-Y 1500
ALT-U 1600
ALT-I 1700
ALT-O 1800
ALT-P 1900
ALT-A 1E00
ALT-S 1F00
ALT-D 2000
ALT-F 2100
ALT-G 2200
ALT-H 2300
ALT-J 2400
ALT-K 2500
ALT-L 2600
ALT-Z 2C00
ALT-X 2D00
ALT-C 2E00
ALT-V 2F00
ALT-B 3000
ALT-N 3100
ALT-M 3200
ALT-F1 6800
ALT-F2 6900
ALT-F3 6A00
ALT-F4 6B00
ALT-F5 6C00
ALT-F6 6D00
ALT-F7 6E00
ALT-F8 6F00
ALT-F9 7000
ALT-F10 7100
ALT-F11 8B00
ALT-F12 8C00
ALT-Up 9800
Alt-Down A000
Alt-Left 9B00
ALT-Right 9D00
SHIFT-TAB 0F00
Ctrl-PtSc 7200
Keypad-Enter E00D
Keypad-0 5230
Keypad-1 4F31
Keypad-2 5032
Keypad-3 5133
Keypad-4 4B34
Keypad-5 4C35
Keypad-6 4D36
Keypad-7 4737
Keypad-8 4838
Keypad-9 4939
Keypad-/ E02F
Keypad-* 372A
Keypad-- 4A2D
Keypad-+ 4E2B
Keypad-. 532E
Alt-KP-Enter A600
Alt-KP-/ A400
Alt-KP-* 3700
Alt-KP-- 4A00
Alt-KP-+ 4E00
Ctrl-KP-/ 9500
Ctrl-KP-* 9600
Ctrl-KP-- 8E00
Ctrl-KP-+ 9000


  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : LW22.ZIP
Filename : KEYLIST

  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/