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Re: READ THE KEYBOARD

Post by srvet_claudio » Tue Apr 27, 2010 8:27 pm

jparada wrote:Hola Claudio,

Muchas Gracias por tu ejemplo y por tu ayuda.

Saludos
Javier
Ok Javier,
fue un placer poder colaborar.
Saludos
Claudio.
Best regards.
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Post by Pablo César » Sat Jan 08, 2011 2:30 pm

Muy buen trabajo Dr. Claudio ! Congratulations ! It will be very usefull for me, many thanks !
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Post by andyglezl » Mon Dec 03, 2012 6:21 pm

Hola Claudio

Será posible poder detectar el status de la tecla "Alt-Gr" ?

Dejando volar la imaginación...
Podriamos tener otro juego de teclas (de la A a la Z) para poder asignar dentro de nuestros
programas ya que con las teclas "Shift", "alt" y "ctrl" la mayoria de programas las utilizan
(incluso las asignan "Globales") y luego hay conflicto porque aparecen ventanas o se ejecutan
funciones que no son de nuestro programa

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Hello Claudio

It will be possible to detect the status of the "Alt-Gr"?

Letting your imagination ...
We could have another set of keys (A to Z) to assign within our
programs since using the "Shift", "alt" and "ctrl" most programs use
(including assigned "Global") and then there are windows or conflict because running
functions that are not in our program

thanks
Andrés González López
Desde Guadalajara, Jalisco. México.

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Post by srvet_claudio » Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:26 pm

Hi Andrés.
andyglezl wrote:It will be possible to detect the status of the "Alt-Gr"?
It is not possible to directly monitor the state of ALT-GR (Right ALT key) because ALT-GR is a shortcut for two keys: ALT and CTRL.
Press ALT-GR is equivalent to pressing CTRL + ALT together.
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Post by luisvasquezcl » Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:22 pm

Que genial aporte Claudio,
se me ocurre dejar un programa residente en el pc y grabar todas las entradas :evil: ...
creo que estoy dando malas ideas, mejor me voy a despejar un poco .... :lol:
saludos.

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Post by esgici » Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:22 pm

luisvasquezcl wrote:Que genial aporte Claudio,
se me ocurre dejar un programa residente en el pc y grabar todas las entradas :evil: ...
creo que estoy dando malas ideas, mejor me voy a despejar un poco .... :lol:
saludos.
Google wrote:That brilliant contribution Claudio,
I can think of leaving a program residing on the pc and record all entries ...
I think I'm giving bad ideas, the better I'm going to clear a bit ...
Hola Luis

If your intend with "entries" is commands, open files, run a program by clicking its icon etc;
IMO this isn't so bad idea; instead, good and useful one :idea:

As far as I remember all computers pre-PC era had this feature, namely : HISTORY ;)

At beginning of PCs, while programs are command based; dBase, the pioneer of whole xBase, had such commands :

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SET DOHISTORY on/OFF    : Captures commands executed from a program file in HISTORY.
SET HISTORY TO <expN>   : establishes the number of commands retained in HISTORY mode.
SET HISTORY ON / off    : allows / prevents access to the commands stored in HISTORY using 
                        : the up arrow key.  SET HISTORY OFF
LIST HISTORY
DISPLAY HISTORY
Ahhh; that oldies, goldy days :(

And Windows supports this feature with RUN command as combobox style.
Viva INTERNATIONAL HMG :D

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