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Re: emacs -nw keypad
> In an xterm (with TERM=xterm) a few keypad keys do in fact have a (not very
> useful) definition: kp-f1, kp-f2, kp-f3, kp-f4 are (incorrectly) mapped to f1,
> f2, f3, f4 and kp-enter is correctly mapped.
With xterm's default config, F1 to F4 do actually send the keypad
codes ^[OP to ^[OS. That's because the vt100 terminal had the keys PF1
to PF4 on the keypad, but it didn't have F keys like PC keyboards do.
Hence those mappings in emacs do make sense.
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