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Dumping the keyboard Memory

Posted on 1998-10-10
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How do i dump the keyboard memory... I have a game that works with the kepress event and if the player holds down a key for a couple secondes then lets go the built up key strokes still make events after they have stopped pushing the keys. I would like to dump the Key Board memory after every key stoke so that their arn't excess strokes generated.
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kfrick earned 20 total points
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Real easy:

Sub ClearKeys
   While inkey$<>""
   Wend
End Sub

Now just call ClearKeys in each Keypress event you process.

Good Luck!
-kf


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