The IDE editor uses an extended character set that includes key combinations not normally available to DOS programs.
Here are the rules for using codes for keys:
1. Key codes can be specified in a script through any combination of the
symbols Ctrl-, Shift-, Alt-, and a character.
2. Some keys cannot be entered directly into a TEMC script. Those keys can
be referred to by their
3. Any key in a sequence, except the first key, can be preceded by one of
the characters or @. The caret ( indicates that any combination of case
and "Ctrl" can be used to type the key. The @ sign is used to indicate
that case is insignificant for the following character, but "Ctrl" is not