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From: e...@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu (Eben Moglen)
Subject: Sprint with DV/X; keyboard behavior problems
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Date: Tue, 23 Feb 1993 05:11:40 GMT
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I am having problems with Borland's Sprint word processing program
(version 1.01, the last there unfortunately is) under DV/X.  Sprint
uses the INT 9 interface to read the keyboard, and differentiates
between Alt-X and Alt-Shift-X.  All the Alt-keys appear shifted under
DV/X.  Can anyone think of a reason?  Can anyone think of a solution?
Or am I just ignoring something obvious?

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