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Attachmate.Reflection.Emulation.IbmHosts Namespace / IIbmTerminal Interface / HostKeyboardType Property

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    HostKeyboardType Property
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    Gets or sets a value that specifies which keys can be used in numeric fields.
    Property HostKeyboardType As HostKeyboardTypeOption
    Dim instance As IIbmTerminal
    Dim value As HostKeyboardTypeOption
    instance.HostKeyboardType = value
    value = instance.HostKeyboardType
    HostKeyboardTypeOption HostKeyboardType {get; set;}
    This exception is thrown when you modify a property that was secured via the Permissions Manager, or that can only be modified by an Administrator.
    This property is only relevant for 3270 terminal sessions.
    • Specifies that all keys can be used.
    • Specifies that only numeric keys (either the number keys on the typewriter keyboard and those on the keypad) and certain symbol keys (+ - . ,) can be used (the default).
    • Specifies that uppercase letters (A-Z), shifted number keys (producing symbols like !, @, and #), and the number keys on the keypad can be used.
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