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How i can know what key is pressed?

I can know what key is pressed more easy? now i know just 1 metod:

HotKeySet("a", "a")
HotKeySet("b", "b")
HotKeySet("c", "c")
HotKeySet("d", "d")

Func a()
        MsgBox(0,'','is pressed a')
EndFunc   ;==>a
Func b()
        MsgBox(0,'','is pressed b')
EndFunc   ;==>b
Func c()
        MsgBox(0,'','is pressed c')
EndFunc   ;==>c
Func d()
        MsgBox(0,'','is pressed d')
EndFunc   ;==>d

Thanks.


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You can use the same handler function for more than one key and the @HotKeyPressed macro will indicate which key it was:

HotKeySet("a", "_Button")
HotKeySet("b", "_Button")
HotKeySet("c", "_Button")
HotKeySet("{ESC}", "_Quit")

While 1
    Sleep(10)
WEnd

Func _Button()
        Local $sKey = @HotKeyPressed
        MsgBox(0,'','is pressed ' & $sKey, 2)
EndFunc   ;==>a

Func _Quit()
        Exit
EndFunc   ;==>d

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Hello toader,

Maybe _IsPressed() is what you are looking for?

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Realm. for every presed symbol to write function with _isPressed will be long and hard for procesor..

If _IsPressed("23", $dll) Then
        MsgBox(0,"_IsPressed", "End Key Pressed")
        ExitLoop
    EndIf

now the best is with hotkeys with 4 lines of function and +1 line for every hotkey

Func _Button()
        Local $sKey = @HotKeyPressed
        MsgBox(0,'','is pressed ' & $sKey, 2)
EndFunc   ;==>a

Thank you PsaltyDS .

Edited by toader

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Before i reported thread about 30 minutes ago (before editing or deliting) i so a almost functional keyloger, there isnt anything hard for cpu on _IsPressed if then one isnt makeing keyloger.


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