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Old 02-24-2009, 11:59 AM   #1
Thomas Wagner
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Set the Keypad to application key mode


The following escape sequence is to set the keypad
to application key mode: /033=

Using the echo command echo -e '/033=' but this command does not
seem to work. I have also written a C program to it but it does
not seem to do the job either.

Can anyone give a solution?
 
  


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