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is there anyway on dis blasted planet that knows an answer to this??

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Hi,
im MC felon..
tell me how to do this...
how do i access ALT, CTRL or SHIFT without needing to press another
key with it?
like,

i want comp to understand (or rather, recognize) just CTRL
instead of CTRL+ k or somethin' like dat..
thanks if you have da time and da answer
no thanks if you gotta sarcastic turnover for me...

Sep 21 '06 #1
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MC felon wrote:
Hi,
im MC felon..
tell me how to do this...
how do i access ALT, CTRL or SHIFT without needing to press another
key with it?
like,

i want comp to understand (or rather, recognize) just CTRL
instead of CTRL+ k or somethin' like dat..
thanks if you have da time and da answer
no thanks if you gotta sarcastic turnover for me...
Please do not take this as an attempt at sarcasm: it is not. I just want to
let you know that the reason for you not getting answers here is that you
are in the wrong news group. Here we discus standard c++, which has no
solution for your problem. The standard does not know about keyboards.
Thus, you will have to use a platform specific library that provides the
functionality you need. Those libraries are off-topic here but are on-topic
in forums dedicated to the correspondig platform. Please see the FAQ and
the Welcome message for what goes here and where to take questions that
don't.
Best

Kai-Uwe Bux
Sep 21 '06 #2

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Kai-Uwe Bux wrote:
MC felon wrote:
Hi,
im MC felon..
tell me how to do this...
how do i access ALT, CTRL or SHIFT without needing to press another
key with it?
like,

i want comp to understand (or rather, recognize) just CTRL
instead of CTRL+ k or somethin' like dat..
thanks if you have da time and da answer
no thanks if you gotta sarcastic turnover for me...

Please do not take this as an attempt at sarcasm: it is not. I just want to
let you know that the reason for you not getting answers here is that you
are in the wrong news group. Here we discus standard c++, which has no
solution for your problem. The standard does not know about keyboards.
Thus, you will have to use a platform specific library that provides the
functionality you need. Those libraries are off-topic here but are on-topic
in forums dedicated to the correspondig platform. Please see the FAQ and
the Welcome message for what goes here and where to take questions that
don't.
Best

Kai-Uwe Bux
thanks man...
anyway,
where do i go asking this question??
i think i have tried comp.lang.c++ moderated,
computer game programming and even c++ programming..
im really stagnating in this problem....

Sep 21 '06 #3

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MC felon wrote:
Kai-Uwe Bux wrote:
MC felon wrote:
tell me how to do this...
how do i access ALT, CTRL or SHIFT without needing to press another
key with it?
like,
>
i want comp to understand (or rather, recognize) just CTRL
instead of CTRL+ k or somethin' like dat..
thanks if you have da time and da answer
no thanks if you gotta sarcastic turnover for me...
Please do not take this as an attempt at sarcasm: it is not. I just want to
let you know that the reason for you not getting answers here is that you
are in the wrong news group. Here we discus standard c++, which has no
solution for your problem. The standard does not know about keyboards.
Thus, you will have to use a platform specific library that provides the
functionality you need. Those libraries are off-topic here but are on-topic
in forums dedicated to the correspondig platform. Please see the FAQ and
the Welcome message for what goes here and where to take questions that
don't.

where do i go asking this question??
i think i have tried comp.lang.c++ moderated,
computer game programming and even c++ programming..
im really stagnating in this problem....
the clue was where he said "platform specific library". A platform
being a
computer and its operating system. For instance if you are trying to do
this
on a windows box you need to ask in a windows newsgroup, etc.
--
Nick Keighley

Sep 21 '06 #4

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MC felon wrote:
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thanks man...
anyway,
where do i go asking this question??
i think i have tried comp.lang.c++ moderated,
computer game programming and even c++ programming..
im really stagnating in this problem....
If you look at your earlier thread, I told you where to go.

http://www.parashift.com/c++-faq-lit...t.html#faq-5.9
Sep 21 '06 #5

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red floyd wrote:
MC felon wrote:
>[redacted]
[redacted]
Also, since many posters to this group do not have English as their
native language, it is best if you avoid slang, such as gangsta.
Sep 21 '06 #6

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