Keystrokes that invoke a menu item from the keyboard. A keyboard equivalent is usually a combination of a modifier key and a character key. See also keyboard modifiers.
The keycode representing the key pressed that is sent by the keyboard to the workstation. The reader has a table of ASCII characters that correspond to the keys on the keyboard. When an ASCII character is scanned, the reader transmits the keycode to the workstation.
(n.) A specific default key sequence that provides functionality without requiring the display of a menu.