The X byte signals errors. It will be 0x80 if an error occured and 0x00 otherwise. By setting the sign bit errors can be easily checked..
The Y byte contains the number of characters that were typed since the last read operation on Z. This should be 0, if no character was received or 1 if a single character waits to be read from Z. Any other value will indicate that characters were lost since the last read operation.
The E byte is zero if the key pressed corresonds to a ASCII character or is printable, it is one, if the key pressed is an extended key. Like PageUp, PageDown, LeftArrow, RightArrow, UpArrow, DownArrow, Home,End, Inser, Delete, or one of the Function Keys F1 to F12. This feature is currently only available in the Windows version.
The Z byte contains the last character typed if E is zero. If E is one, the Z byte will be the virtual key code.
The Z byte is valid only if Y is not zero.
The complete ocatbyte will be reset to zero after reading Z..
|host||localhost||the host where the bus is located|
|port||9002||the port where the bus is located|
|address||default||address where the resource is located|
|interrupt||not set||interrupt sent when character is ready|
|x||0||the x position of the window|
|y||0||the y position of the window|
|minimized||false||start with a minimized window|
|debug||false||to generate debug output|
|debugmask||0xFFF0||set mask to hide debug output|
|verbose||false||make debugging verbose, sets debug mask to zero|
|define||not set||to define a name for conditionals|
|config||not set||filename for a configuration file|
|help||false||to print information|
These can be set in default.vmb