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A method is described for use in a multi-station interactive data processing system which permits applications to run on workstations with different keyboards.
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Keyboard Mapping for Terminals
A method is described for use in a multi-station interactive data processing
system which permits applications to run on workstations with different
An operator should be able to run any application which is native to the
system from any supported workstation, even if the keyboards of some of the
workstations lack many of the "extra" keys of the system keyboard, do not have
ALT keys, and have a number of CTRL sequences reserved for other
In accordance with the new method, key combinations for each application
are defined initially with respect to the system keyboard. These keys are then
mapped to other supported workstation keyboards by using the following
mapping algorithm system key 'x': CTRL-A x identifies the ALT state of an
inboard key, PF key, or cursor key CTRL-C x identifies the CTRL state of an
inboard key, PF key, or cursor key CTRL-E x identifies the unshifted state of a
system keyboard's extra key ('x' is a mnemonic code for the extra key) CTRL-Z x
identifies the shift state of a function key or cursor key