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HarryTuttle



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HarryTuttle
how to get a string into memory by keyboard input without dialogboxes?



best regardes,
harry.

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Madis731



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I've heard about keyboard hooks, but I don't have any idea how to use the. Oh, and I have heard, that the eat resources (no idea which: CPU or RAM).
Post 16 Nov 2004, 14:13
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HarryTuttle



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HarryTuttle
what about something like scanf in "C"?
is there any API like that?

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crc



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You can use the ReadFile API on STDIN, at least in a console application
Post 16 Nov 2004, 14:28
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:)thx

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