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Hi, i'm totally new to AutoIt. Is it possible to code a keylogger that also gives the time between the key being pressed and released?

I.E

I press the "A" key on my keyboard, and hold it down for about 3 seconds

When i release the "A" key, i want the output to be something like this:

A

3102 ms

Any ideas? :)

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Hi, i'm totally new to AutoIt. Is it possible to code a keylogger that also gives the time between the key being pressed and released?

I.E

I press the "A" key on my keyboard, and hold it down for about 3 seconds

When i release the "A" key, i want the output to be something like this:

A

3102 ms

Any ideas? :)

I'm sorry, we do not help with anything having to do with keyloggers. There was a topic about this going on right now, best thing to do is just drop the keylogger subject.

But, if you were to discover it upon yourself, that is fine

These functions will be a timer for you.

TimerInit()

TimerDiff()

EDIT: I see you postin Weaponx, you think you can get a stickied topic on this?

Edited by R6V2

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Keylogging is not up for discussion.

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Is it possible to code a keylogger...

Of course, but no one here will help you, you'll have to go to a forum that is about hacks, cracks, mods, expliots and more...

Your just going to get flamed here ...


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Keylogging is not up for discussion.

Who are you to decide?

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Think its clear we don't what this stuff here and you could have found that out easily by doing a search . *click*

Who are you to decide?

.. and your point is ...what?

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