Filters control characters from input.
INPUTCTRL [ON | OFF | flag]
||A boolean value. 0: no filtering of control characters (the default). 1 (or any non-zero number): control characters are filtered out of the input stream. The same boolean values can be supplied using the OFF and ON keywords.
statement is used to filter out control characters from the characters accepted by the INPUT
command. It can be executed using the ON or OFF keyword, or by using a boolean flag
value. The default is OFF, meaning control characters are accepted by INPUT
is on, control character sequences that perform operations are neither executed nor recorded as part of the input string (for example, Ctrl-c). Control characters that code for special characters are recorded as part of the input string (for example, Ctrl-r or Ctrl-w).
is only applied to the current EXECUTE level.
You can use the CONTROL.CHARS
command line command to set or display the current process-wide default for control character filtering.