Programming with Reflection

image\rwnprg32.gif GetBufferedTermKey method


Syntax TerminalKey = object.GetBufferedTermKey()



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.




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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