The esc-level BASIC program specifies that pressing ESC pushes a level. The esc-level command uses the set-esc command to enable the special escape key. Without any argument, the usual escape value (x'1B' or 27) is assigned to the level pushing function. The optional argument defines an alternate value.
|Indicates the key to trigger a level push, designated by its corresponding hexadecimal value.
|Indicates the key to trigger a level push, designated by its corresponding decimal value.
|Defines escape as x'1B', the normal value for escape.
|Displays command usage information without changing any existing settings.
Sets the ESC key to push a level.
Sets a CTRL+Z to push a level.
Causes a CTRL+Z to push a level, but is indicated by its decimal value.
Displays the help.
Resets the ESC key to its normal definition.