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What is the ascii value of up,down,right and left arrow keys?
How to trap these keys using C language.?
What data type could be used for trapping these keys in C?.
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1. For an xterm,
ESC [ A
ESC [ B
ESC [ C
ESC [ D
respectively.

2. Use the ncurses library (or SLang, newt or TV).

3. int.

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