Difference between revisions of "Extended keys"

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* The extended keys might return the Left Shift release [[scancodes]] instead of the press code + 128 when read by [[INP]](96).
* The extended keys might return the Left Shift release [[scancodes]] instead of the press code + 128 when read by [[INP]](96).
* The Number Lock key could be set so that the Left Shift return code was not returned, but the lock could be either on or off.
* The Number Lock key could be set so that the Left Shift return code was not returned, but the lock could be either on or off.
* The left shift release code is no longer returned by QB64 when INP($H60) is used to read [[scancodes]].
* The 170 left shift release code is '''not''' returned by '''QB64''' when INP($H60) is used to read the extended release [[scancodes]].





Latest revision as of 11:27, 14 April 2012

Extended keys are the right Ctrl and Alt, Arrow, Insert, Delete, Home, End, Page Up and Page Down keys not on number pad.


  • The extended keys might return the Left Shift release scancodes instead of the press code + 128 when read by INP(96).
  • The Number Lock key could be set so that the Left Shift return code was not returned, but the lock could be either on or off.
  • The 170 left shift release code is not returned by QB64 when INP($H60) is used to read the extended release scancodes.


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