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store statement

store(%snStore%) %xsData%
      

The store statement lets you store a string of characters or keys in a buffer which can then be referenced with any and index. Proper use of store can reduce many keyboards down to a few rules. A store is terminated at the end of the line (or continuation lines). Stores can contain either Unicode or ANSI characters, but a single store cannot contain both. Stores can also contain virtual keys and deadkeys, and outs() statements.

Example
store(keys) "ABCDEFG"
      
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The return statement was introduced in Keyman 3.0. Starting in version 6.0, deadkeys and virtual keys are allowed within stores. Version 5.0 and earlier did not allow these.

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