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Count how much time key is pressed and log in .txt

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Hello everybody. I want to create program that count how much time key is pressed and write it in .txt file. In that .txt file it is writen in form:

Sleep(" & TimerDiff($time) & ")

Send("{ & Chr($a) & " down}")........

This is code, but it doesn't work correct. So I will be very thankful if someone of you can remake it.

Sorry for bad english :/

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Edited by Melba23
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matej203,

Welcome to the AutoIt forum. :)

Unfortunately you appear to have missed the Forum rules on your way in. Please read them now (there is also a link at bottom right of each page) - particularly the bit about not discussing keyloggers - and then you will understand why you will get no help and this thread will now be locked. I suggest you also read and digest this announcement. :naughty:

See you soon with a legitimate question I hope. :)


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