Sending "Shift-F1" to a process

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Old 01-29-2002
Question Sending "Shift-F1" to a process


I need to find out the ASCII code for ALT-F1. The reason is that I'm using Expect to interact with an application and although I have the codes for keys such as 'Escape' (/033); F1 (\033\117\120) and ALT-F1 (\033\133\064\071\176) I have no idea where to find the code for Shift-F1.

The other codes I found in an existing script. Is there a UNIX utility which can tell me this? Otherwise, does anyone have any idea where I could look?

Many thanks.
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Old 01-30-2002
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Old 01-31-2002
Thanks for the info. I'll have a sift through the site, although at first gance, I can't see any codes for the shift key. I might be able to work it out from here though.

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