Question regarding the old Commodore 128...by (Login qb432l)
Following our discussion of the Commodore computers, I recalled a feature that I really liked, namely, you could program oft-repeated lines of code into the F-keys and when you wanted to add that code to your program, you just punched the corresponding F-key.
My question is, what was that called? I remember there was a term to describe the option, but I don't recall what it was (and it's been bugging me).
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|Response Title||Author and Date|
|MSDOS used DOSkey||on Apr 30|
|* "macro"?||on Apr 30|
|*Macros! That's it! Thanks again, Michael.||on May 1|
|* Is that anything like 6 cheese Macros? :-)||on May 5|
|*Commodore only came with 1 type of cheese - but today there's the iMac & Cheese.||on May 6|
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