Difference between revisions of "$VIRTUALKEYBOARD"

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The [[$VIRTUALKEYBOARD]] [[Metacommand|metacommand]] turns the virtual keyboard ON or OFF.
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* Places a virtual keyboard on screen, which can be used in touch-enabled devices like Windows tablets.
 
* Places a virtual keyboard on screen, which can be used in touch-enabled devices like Windows tablets.
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Revision as of 18:44, 14 April 2019

[DEPRACATED] The $VIRTUALKEYBOARD metacommand turns the virtual keyboard ON or OFF.


Syntax

$VIRTUALKEYBOARD:{ON|OFF}


Description

  • Places a virtual keyboard on screen, which can be used in touch-enabled devices like Windows tablets.
  • Depracated.


Examples

$VIRTUALKEYBOARD:ON DO: LOOP UNTIL INKEY$ = CHR$(27)


See also



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