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Keboard Hook Dll problem urgent

Posted on 2003-11-26
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I have done a keyboard hook and in my callback function i have to check for
each character

if (wParam >= VK_NUMPAD0 && wParam <= VK_NUMPAD9)
then it is checking correctly for numeric keypad nos

but if i want to check for

if (wParam ==VK_A)
then it is giving an error
undeclared indentifier vk_A
but i havent declared for vk_numpad0 but it is working
i appreciate somebody can write a funciton like

switch (wParam)
                              {
case VK_1:
      MessageBox(NULL, "VK_1", "testing", MB_OK ) ;
      break;
case VK_2:
      MessageBox(NULL, "VK_2", "testing", MB_OK ) ;
      break;
case VK_3:
      MessageBox(NULL, "VK_3", "testing", MB_OK ) ;
      break;

where i can pop up the message while testing the application.

Thanks in advance

 
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Question by:vimalpercy
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From Winuser.h:

VK_0 - VK_9 are the same as ASCII '0' - '9' (0x30 - 0x39)
0x40 : unassigned
VK_A - VK_Z are the same as ASCII 'A' - 'Z' (0x41 - 0x5A)

So, instead of VK_1 use '1' etc.
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by:vimalpercy
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Hai Alex
  I got the answer from codeguru and so i cant award you the marks.
 Any way thanks for the answer

It is like this

 If (Wparm= 'A')
{do some process}
else  if (Wparm= 'B')
{do some process}

This is the accepted answer
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by:vimalpercy
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i want to delete this question and want a refund of my points
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by:AlexFM
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It is not 100% correct to write "I found the same answer" 20 hours after getting the answer in EE. I have no objections but I hope this is not your usual way to ask questions.
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by:vimalpercy
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I am sorry Alex ,i am very low in points and i guarantee this is not the way i ask question.
I have asked so many questions in this forum but all are open for still i dont have the answer.
Only for this one i had the answer but i got the answer immidietly from codeproject.
so  sorry for this and thank you very much for your reply.

Thanks and regards
vimal
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No problem :-)
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