Q31493: Macro to Toggle HOME Key
Article: Q31493 Product(s): See article Version(s): 1.00 Operating System(s): OS/2 Keyword(s): ENDUSER | tar66615 | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 12-JAN-1989 You can create a macro to do the following: 1. Press HOME key (cursor goes to beginning of line). 2. Press HOME key again (cursor goes to top of window). 3. Press HOME key again (cursor goes to top of buffer). This technique usually is used to create a toggle key, but it is equally applicable to the desired three-step toggle. The technique is as follows: home1:= begline arg "home2:f10" assign home2:= home arg "home3:f10" assign home3:= mark arg "home1:f10" assign home1:f10 After following this procedure, the F10 key will toggle among begline, home, and mark.
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