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  1. Hello, and good day Im trying to make a sentence autocompleter so that when you type certain words (or commands) the scripts, and im in need of help/pointers That is what i have at the time and the issues i have currently is that: - I cant find an easy way to reset the counter to 0 in case a different letter from those are pressed ( tried NOT _ispressed but i think i got it wrong) -Is there another way to detect the key press that _ispressed? (i couldnt find it so far), since i feel like it is too clunky ( although maybe that is just me and my way to code) - for some reason the hex code (6F) for the / (divide nume pad) isnt working for me Im thinking of making a text file with some words to use them as variables/comparations (so that at least removes the need of a variable for the words in the script) and make the script make a temporal text file to save the input and then compare it with the other one. But i dont know if that is a good approach. Thanks for your time and patience.
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