Function Keys - Code-1_Plus - 5.0

CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i

Product type
Software
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Product family
Data Quality - Postals
Product
CODE-1 Plus
Version
5.0
Language
English
Product name
CODE-1 Plus
Title
CODE-1 Plus Guide for IBM i
Copyright
2024
First publish date
1998
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2024-05-15
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There are certain environmental considerations for the function keys that appear on the screens in this chapter. These screens are shown as they appear under CICS, IMS, or Unix.

Function Key

Name

Description

F1

HELP

Obtain online help.

F2

ZC

List ZIP Codes in City screen.

 

ALIAS

Show the base street name for the house range shown.

F3

QUIT

Exit from the Interactive CODE-1 Plus System.

F4

SC

Go to the Streets in a City screen.

 

MS

Go to the Match Settings screen.

 

SZ

Go to the Streets in a ZIP Code screen.

 

AH

Go to the Apartments on a Street screen.

 

HS

Go to the Houses on a Street screen.

F5

CZ

Go to the Cities in a ZIP Code screen.

 

RE

Refresh (erase) all of the input and output data from the screen.

 

FM

Go to the Firms on a Street screen.

 

SAVE

Save current entries after validation. Remain on screen after save.

F6

GEO

Go to the Geographic Coding Interface (you must have purchased and installed Geographic Coding Plus separately).

 

BACK

Return to the previous screen.

F7

UP

If the top of the list of DSF2 codes is displayed, return to the previous match results screen. If the top of the list of DSF2 codes is not currently displayed, page up the list of codes.

F8

DOWN

Go to the next screen.

F9

MAT

Go to the Return Codes screen.

 

INQ

Go to the database inquiry function.

 

RESET

Restore screen values to current database entries (at last update to customization file).

F10

FLIP

Expand the database inquiry function to fill the entire screen.

 

EXIT

Return to the previous screen without modifying the match settings.

Enter

VERIFY

Validate the fields. If the validation is unsuccessful, the screen is redisplayed, an error message is displayed, and the first field in error is indicated.

 

If you are a Unix user with a terminal that does not have function keys, you must select a function using three key strokes, as follows:

  1. Press the ESCAPE key.

    On some terminals, you must combine the CNTRL key with the left bracket [  key.

  2. Press the numeric digit of the function.

    For example, for function key 10, you must type 1-0.

  3. Press the Enter or RETURN key.

On some terminals, you must combine the CONTROL key with the M key.