A key is defined by specifying it's modifiers (shift, control, alt), and the
name of the key. Key macros may override already defined keystrokes and
functions attached to keys. If YOU override these, good luck! The normal
keyboard keys for A-Z (normal, shifted, caps locked, and control ) return
their common ASCII, English keystroke. The number keys 1-9,0 (normal and shifted,
and ctrl-@ ) return normal sequences. All other punctuation, and single
character keys of course stroke their character. The arrow keys, home, end,
insert and delete, are all attached to the console plugin for editing commands...
Although it may be tempting to redefine these (for MUDs) to move you, I recommend
using num1, num2, etc and leaving left, right, etc alone. Any of these MAY be overridden with
custom keystrokes, or macros... let the binder beware.