Programming with Reflection

image\rwnprg32.gif GetBufferedTermKey method

 

Syntax TerminalKey = object.GetBufferedTermKey()

 

Description

Returns the constant value for the oldest terminal key currently in the terminal key buffer. The returned key is removed from the buffer, leaving the next oldest key available for a future call to this method. If there are no more keys in the buffer, a 0 (zero) is returned.

You must use the SetTermKeyBuffer to set a buffer size before using this method.

Arguments

None.

Return

TerminalKey Return type: Enumeration
The value of the returned key. Click here for a list of values for 3270 terminal keys. Click here for a list of values for 5250 terminal keys.

 

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