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The [[KEY LIST]] statement lists the soft key strings assigned to each of the function keys down the left side of the screen.
 
The [[KEY LIST]] statement lists the soft key strings assigned to each of the function keys down the left side of the screen.

Latest revision as of 20:02, 21 September 2017

The KEY LIST statement lists the soft key strings assigned to each of the function keys down the left side of the screen.


Syntax

KEY LIST


Description

  • KEY LIST displays each of the 12 softkey function key (F1 to F12) string values going down the screen.


Examples

Example 1: Displaying the current KEY LIST string assignments to the Function keys.

KEY 1, "Help" KEY 5, "Compile" KEY 10, "Quit" PRINT "Press any key!" K$ = INPUT$(1) KEY LIST END

Press any key! F1 Help F2 F3 F4 F5 Compile F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 Quit F11 F12


Example 2: Displaying the function key assignments for F1 to F10 at the bottom of the screen with KEY ON and KEY OFF.

KEY 1, "Help" + CHR$(13) 'add Return character to complete the input KEY 5, "Compile" + CHR$(13) KEY 10, "Quit" + CHR$(13) KEY ON DO INPUT "Press F10 to turn display off! ", M$ LOOP UNTIL M$ = "Quit" KEY OFF K$ = INPUT$(1) KEY LIST END

Press F10 to turn display off! Help Press F10 to turn display off! Compile 1 Help← 2 3 4 5 Compil 6 7 8 9 10 Quit←

Explanation: The INPUT variable will hold the string value as if it was typed in and entered. "Quit" will KEY OFF bottom display.


See also



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