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The Key Code ProgramEdit
With this simple miniprogram you can check out the keycode of a button you have pressed. You only need a Form to get the program going. Once you started the program and you use a button on your keyboard, the keycode is printed in the terminal window.
PUBLIC SUB Form_KeyRelease() PRINT key.code END
The Key Release ProgramEdit
With this miniprogram you can check the arrow keys. When they are used and released a new information is shown.
You need a textbox to get the program going.
Once you started the program and you use an arrow key in the textbox, the content of the textbox will change.
PUBLIC SUB TextBox1_KeyRelease() SELECT Key.code CASE Key.left Textbox1.Text ="Left" CASE Key.right Textbox1.Text ="Right" CASE Key.up Textbox1.Text ="Up" CASE Key.down Textbox1.Text ="Down" END SELECT END
If you want a textbox to accept only digits you should use the command STOP EVENT.
You need a textbox on your form to get it going.
PUBLIC SUB MyTextBox_KeyPress() IF Instr("0123456789", Key.Text) = 0 THEN STOP EVENT ENDIF END SUB
You can reach nearly the same with the following code:
PUBLIC SUB TextBox1_KeyPress() IF key.Code >= 48 AND key.Code <= 57 THEN ELSE IF key.Code = key.BackSpace THEN ELSE IF key.Code = key.Delete THEN ELSE STOP EVENT ENDIF END PUBLIC SUB Form_Open() ME.Text = "Only digits accepted !" END