I want to be able to use Delphi 7 to disable the numlock key. This needs to work in XP and preferably Vista also.
Actually what I specifically want to do is to make sure the numlock key can't be turned off if that makes more sense? setting it explicitly to on first, before turning off the key would therefore work well.
The example applies to either an application or DLL. You will want to replace the call to GetCurrentThreadId() with 0 if establishing the hook form a DLL, though.
Of course, with a DLL you need to establish
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