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how can i check if a certain key is being held down at the moment with loop? For example I want to check if Z key is being held down OR Z key is being held down with another key for example CTRL+Z or Z+A. I am not interested about the combination but return 1 if the key i am looking for is being held down.

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cyx54tc,

how can i check which keys are being held down at the moment with loop

I believe you when you say you are not making a keylogger - but what you are asking is the very definition of what a keylogger does! :D

So do not expect too much help. :oops:

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Edit.

How about i put it this way

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It doesn't matter how you word it, what you want is to detect a keystroke. It's a very simple leap from detection to logging and from there transmission, et cetera.

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