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vk-return

There are pre-defined constants corresponding to usually non-typable keys on the keyboard (see key-names). When a Lisp function calls for a virtual key argument, one of the pre-defined constants is suitable as an argument value. The word after the hyphen names the key, in this case the Return key.

On some keyboards, this key is labeled "Enter" rather than "Return". Such keyboards typically label two keys "Enter": one just above the right shift key on the main portion of the keyboard and one which is part of the numeric keyboard to the right. vk-return refers to the Enter (or Return) key just above the right shift key on the main portion of the keyboard. vk-enter refers to Enter key which is part of the numeric keyboard to the right.


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