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Keystroke save routines can be rendered applicable to a wide range of programs by providing for suspension of saved keys unique to a limited number of programs.
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Temporary Suspension of Keystroke Save
Keystroke save routines can be rendered applicable to a wide range of
programs by providing for suspension of saved keys unique to a limited number
During standard keystroke save routines, all keys, including those for
answering prompts, are saved. Similarly, during playback, keys that answer
prompts are played back exactly as they were saved. This restricts the use of
stored keystroke routines to specific diskettes/ documents since the
diskette/document names keyed in response to prompts are saved and played
Interruption or suspension of a save routine for a single key is impractical due
to the effort required to enter and exit the routine. This effort is eliminated, and
temporary suspension is provided by structuring and/or programming a
keyboard/display word processing system in use to respond to a single suspend
key. Following depression of the suspend key, subsequent keys will not be
saved. The save mode can be resumed by pressing the save key again. During
playback, playback will be suspended when the suspend key is played back.
This allows the operator to key responses to prompts, etc. Playback is resumed
when the playback key is played back. This simple entering and exiting of the
routine allows the operator to create more general-purpose keystroke programs.