BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 02-22-93 (13:23)             Number: 268
From: DICK DENNISON                Refer#: NONE
  To: GREGORY SHULTZ                Recvd: NO  
Subj: Re: DREADED CTRL-BREAK         Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
GS>     Mine, too.  However, I need to use them.  Pascal has a nifty conve
GS>  (Keyword) for dealing with this problem, but MS BASIC doesn't.  I did
GS>  some code on the QuickShare board in Dallas, in a file called CTLBREA
GS>  that apparently was code from the days when BASIC used line numbers
GS>  exclusively.  I couldn't make heads or tails of it, and it was replet
GS>  PEEK's and POKE's, and when I stuck it in my program, the compiler ch
GS>  it.  Like most of the stuff on QuickShare, there weren't any doc's.

How about something like this:

DIM regs AS regtypex
DO = 0
 interruptx &H16, regs, regs
 a% = ( MOD 256)
 IF a% = 13 THEN EXIT DO
 PRINT CHR$(a%);

--- VP [DOS] V4.09e
 * Origin: The MailMan  (914)374-3903 NY Quick Share Pt #7 *HST (1:272/34)
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