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Re: bindkey

Michal Maru¹ka wrote:

> Pierpaolo Righini writes:
> >computer too!! Thanks a lot! Indeed what I really needed is the way to
> >obtain the code of the various keys.
> Bart Schaefer writes>
> > Hmm, this is a bit of a thorny problem:  describe-key-briefly only works
> > correctly for keys which are bound to something.  For keys that are not
> > bound, the search through the key tables stops as soon as it finds that
> > the prefix is not bound, without consuming the remaining characters of
> > the multi-key sequence.
> Given this situation, I think the way to know the sequence (sent by a key) is to
> look at the configuration of the terminal (emulator), In case your problem is with Xterm,
> see the file (in XFree 4.0.2):

Or just invoke `cat -v' without arguments and you should be able to see
the sequences on the terminal.


Sven Wischnowsky                         wischnow@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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