The FKEY() built-in function checks for a Function Key being used
to return control from an EXFMT iQuery Script command. Any
function key can be specified.
The FKEY built-in function checks for the specified function key.
If it was used to return control from an EXFMT command, then it is
true. Use this to control the logic flow of your iQuery Scripts
when using Prompting.
- The symbolic name of any of the Function key 1 to 24 (e.g., F1, F2, F3, F12, etc.) as well as ENTER. Upper/lower case is ignored.
#define &custRec = '/home/custrec.html';
dspwin "Print or view your Library List";
dspvar &output,3,2,char(10),values(*PRINT *),"Output queue to use";
cl: dsplibl OUTPUT(&output);
This iQuery script prompts the end-user to enter *PRINT or * to
indicate if they want the output from the DSPLIBL command directed
to the display or to an output queue. If the User press F3=Exit,
then the RETURN command is run and the script terminates.
Otherwise, the DSPLIBL command is run with the content of the
Session Variable controlling the output option.