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-k cob flag
use other file extension User's Guide11.1
/k option Fileshare User's Guide6.3.1
-k Rebuild option File Handling9.3
K run-time switch Migration Guide6.2
Kanji modifier characters
and Adis Creating UIs5.4.2.1
KEEPINT Compiler directive User's Guide7.3
alternate File Handling11.5.2.4
and Data File Editor Utilities Handbook4.1.3
changing values Utilities Handbook4.1.2 , 4.10.1
codes duplicated Creating UIs4.9.2.6
compression File Handling11.5.2
Fileshare User's Guide6.3
Utilities Handbook4.10.1
configuration on UNIX Creating UIs4.9.2.6
control in Adis Configuration utility Creating UIs5.3.2
control sequences Creating UIs4.9.2.6
defining Utilities Handbook4.10.1
dialog Dialog System Character10.2
duplicates File Handling11.4.2
Utilities Handbook4.7
indexed files File Handling2.1.3.1
options Utilities Handbook4.10.1
Key code list Dialog System CharacterCh19
Key data item Language Reference3.5.4.1 , 12.11
KEY data-name
MERGE statement Language Reference14.1 , 16.4
Key definition block
Callable Sort Module File Handling14.1.2.1
Key instruction
mfsort File Handling8.3.2.3
KEY IS phrase
OCCURS clause Language Reference8.14
READ statement Language Reference15.2
START statement Language Reference16.5
Key of reference File Handling9.3
Language Reference15.2 , 16.5
Key translation off/on Dialog System Character4.2.5.3
Key usage chart LMF Admin GuideApA
User's GuideApC
Getting Started1.10.2 , ApA
Key usage chart for UNIX terminals Utilities HandbookApA
Key values
changing Utilities Handbook4.1.2 , 4.10.1
Key word Language Reference2.2.2.1
See Keyboard Configuration utility
code returned by Adis Creating UIs4.9.2.1
configuration Getting Started1.8
configuration using Keyboard Configuration utility Creating UIs2.7
handler Getting Started1.8
handling using Adis Creating UIs4.9
interrupt switch User's Guide15.3
Keyboard Configuration utility Creating UIsCh6
Keyboard Configuration utility Creating UIs2.7 , Ch6
Alter Function Key Definition menu Creating UIs6.3.2
alter function keys Creating UIs6.3.2
and function keys Creating UIs4.9.2.6
cobkeymp tables Creating UIs6.1.2
exiting Creating UIs6.3.4
menu Creating UIs6.3
review function keys Creating UIs6.3.1
save function key definitions Creating UIs6.3.3
Keyboard mapping
UNIX terminals LMF Admin GuideApA
User's GuideApC
Getting StartedApA
Keyboard mapping for UNIX terminals Utilities HandbookApA
Keyboard routine
disable Ctrl+Break Creating UIs3.3
Keyboard scan function Dialog System Character10.1.1.9
KEYCHECK Compiler directive User's Guide7.3
KEYCHECK configuration option Migration Guide7.7
KEYCOMPRESS Compiler directive User's Guide7.3
File Handling6.2.1.4 , 11.1.5 , 11.5.2
Fileshare User's Guide4.6.2.3 , 6.3.1
keylist.dmp file Creating UIs6.3.1
Keys Dialog System Character2.2
Alt Dialog System Character19.2
alternative Creating UIs6.1.2
ASCII Dialog System Character19.1
Ctrl Dialog System Character19.2
cursor Dialog System Character19.2
defining keys not present Creating UIs6.1.2
error Dialog System Character19.5
escape Dialog System Character19.2
function Dialog System Character19.2
function keys over network Creating UIs4.9.2.6
lock Dialog System Character19.3
not functioning as expected Creating UIs4.9.2.6
other Dialog System Character19.4
run-time behavior Dialog System Character10.2.8
shift Dialog System Character19.3
status Dialog System Character19.3
files Utilities Handbook13.3.3
simulating User's Guide16.5.2
Keystroke control Dialog System Character13.6
Keystroke playback
multi-user Utilities Handbook13.3.1.3
single user Utilities Handbook13.3.1.2
Keystroke recording Utilities Handbook2.4.10.1
Getting Started1.8
multi-user Utilities Handbook13.3.1.3
single user Utilities Handbook13.3.1.1
ODBC Database AccessA.2
OpenESQL Database Access7.5 , A.1
KEY_ mnemonics Creating UIs6.3.2
KEY_ values Creating UIs6.1.2
Killing threads Multi-threaded Programming5.3.2
KS Dialog System Character10.1.1.11 , 20.2

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