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What key does what in Moc/Mat modes? by OzzieGeorge
Posted: 8 Jun 06 (Edited 7 Jan 15)

I thought it would be good to write a conversion table to make life easier for people who normally programme in MOC mode to use CAT mode and Vise versa. So here we go.

N.B. On more modern phones the LNR/SPD key is labelled Redial


Action      Moc Mode      Cat Mode      Computer Keyboard
Start              F9                LNR/SPD      / (forward slash)
Data Entry      F8               RECALL          SPACE
Execute          F2              CNF              . (Full stop)
Step              F4              SPKR              ENTER
Step Back      F6                   FNC          - (Minus)
Separator      F5              TRF              , (Comma)
Delete one
Character      F7              HOLD              BACK SPACE
Move Back
One Level      F3              ANS              : (Full Colon)


Perhaps a definition of some of those are in order.

Start gives you the command prompt.
Data Entry registers your request with the system.
Execute registers your change in the system.
Step moves you on to the next item data can be displayed for. Eg Len010 then 011.
Step back is as above but in the opposite direction. Eg Len011 then 010.
Separator is the character used in such commands as 9000 between the extension number and the key number.
Delete one character does precisely that but not if you have entered or executed.
Move back one level takes you back one data entry level so if you have entered the command 9000 and pressed Data entry, move back will take you back to the command prompt. But if you are in command 9000 and have entered the extn No, Key No and pressed data entry then move back will take you back to the 9000 prompt.

Hope this helps

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