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Binding keys in DOS


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How do I bind keys in MS-DOS? Like if someone pressed F2 it will bind to a certain script in the file and thenn it will run it.
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Not really possible, DOS isn't designed for this.
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Have you looked at DOSKEY?
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How do I use Doskey?
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Did you read the article in the link? It has the instruction included. It is built into DOS 5.0 and later, so there is nothing to install.
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