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"ENTER" key -dBase III Plus-

"ENTER" key -dBase III Plus-

"ENTER" key -dBase III Plus-

(OP)
Hi everybody,

how to detect in a code if the "ENTER" key -chr(27)- was pressed? (dBase III Plus)

Thanks for the help.
smile

RE: "ENTER" key -dBase III Plus-

You can make an internet search for DBASE LASTKEY or DBASE INKEY and you will find tables listing the values returned for a keypress or a keypress with an ALT, CTRL or SHIFT keys. So tables will have 4 columns of values. INKEY() and LASTKEY() are functions that can read or recall which key was pressed.

CODE

? LASTKEY() && Enter=13, Esc=27 

CODE

IF LASTKEY() = 13
   * code
ENDIF 

RE: "ENTER" key -dBase III Plus-

(OP)
Thank you dbMark, I didn' think to look in Internet. sad
Sorry to write chr(27) instead of 13, my memory fails sometimes.

Antonio

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