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tutorial virtual keys

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To be honest I'm not sure about a portable way, but you could use the windows api function GetAsyncKeyState. Look it up in msdn. iirc its used something like:


if( GetAsyncKeyState( VK_ESCAPE ) & (1<<15) )
{
//user pressed escape
}

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