A line may either start with a colon followed by a keyword or it starts with characters which are then interpreted as input. Keywords may be upper or lower case. Any character following the keyword and arguments are ignored.
||Comment - line is ignored|
||Sleep for n seconds|
||Trigger HALT/SINGLE STEP|
||Trigger funtion key n (1 .. 24)|
||Key code n|
|| map key name to keycode (curses names, upper case only)
the key names are defined in the file
|| Starting colon |
if the first input character is a ':' then you have to use '::'.
The next line from input file is read, whenever Eloquence keyboard
entry is required (eg. unconditional
If input is redirected, the
NO OPERATOR function returns nonzero.
DLG LOADstatement checks the syntax of the dialog file and reports a self explaining error message to the screen, if it is executed interactively