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Default Keyboard Equivalences

The following default keyboard equivalences are used by the Windows RunTime.

Key Requested

Windows

CANCEL

END

EXECUTE (RUN)

HOME

LOAD

CTRL-HOME

HELP

ESC

PREV-SCREEN

PG UP

NEXT-SCREEN

PG DN

RETURN

ENTER

SF Keys 0-10

F1-F11

SF Keys 11-21

SHIFT-F1-F11

SF Keys 22-31

CTRL-F1-F11

For historical reasons, most non-NPL Windows applications reserve F10 as an alternate system key to access the main window menu bar. In order to follow this convention, and to allow operation using older keyboards that do not have F11 or F12 keys, previous NPL versions did not make use of any of the F9-F12 keys, and in fact the F10 key cannot be remapped.

Byte 57 of $OPTIONS was implemented in NPL Revision 4.22 and provides developers with the capability to suppress the standard Windows functionality of the F10 key and remap it for application use. Refer to the Niakwa Programmer's Guide or the Release V Compendium for a complete discussion on $OPTIONS Byte 57 and enabling the F10 key.