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Drakon

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FIrst off, your using MVC++? , C++, vb?

VK_P is a valid identifier. (MVC++)

YOU DO REALIZE THAT VK_P WOULD BE A CONSTANT = "P" right?

try getasynckeystate(''P'');
or try using the window event WM_Char, WM_KeyDown, etc


ARE YOU PROGRAMMING FOR WIN32 OR CONSOL?

if consol, try
include conio.h

if (kbhit()){
c = getch();
if (c == 0) c = getch();
switch(c)
...

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