Right() action

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In 3270 mode, the Right() action moves the cursor one column to the right. If the cursor is on the rightmost column, it will wrap around to the leftmost column of the next row (and possibly from the bottom row to the top row).

In NVT mode, Right() emulates the xterm key, sending to the host the escape sequence Esc [ C in normal mode, and Esc O C in application cursor mode.

Examples

Right()

Default keymap

Mode x3270 c3270 wc3270 wx3270
3270 Right RIGHT Right Right
NVT Right RIGHT Right Right

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