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ASCII to Virtual-Key Codes

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How would one go about converting an ASCII character to the corresponding local virtual-key code in non-MFC C++ or C? And would this be functional with both QWERTY and DVORAK keyboard configurations?
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I never would've found that on the MSDN site. Thanks!
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I find it hard finding stuff on the MSDN site myself.
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