KEYS

Command

KEYS

Explanation

Operation of the 'KEYS' function displays the alternate function key display line. Further operation of the function key will return back HUNTER to the original display line.

Examples

Set 1:

DIR STAT BAS COMS CLCK TERM EDIT KEYS

Set 2:

DIR STAT INP SAVE TYPE REN SEND KEYS

Remarks

DIR and STAT are the most commonly used keys and appear in both sets at easily accessible locations.

  • DIR - Directory
  • STAT - File status
  • BAS - Basic interpreter
  • COMS - Communications parameters
  • CLCK - Set clock
  • TERM - Terminal emulation
  • EDIT - Text Editor
  • INP - Load a file
  • SAVE - Create a file from memory
  • TYPE - Display an ASCII file
  • REN - Rename a file
  • SEND - Transmit files

For further information on soft keys, see [Soft Keys]().