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How to handle keypress in VB.NET

sgrec7
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Hi, sgrec7 here.

so anyway in VB 6 this is how you would use keyascii's

private sub form_keypress (keyascii as integer)

if keyascii = 13 enter key then
end
end if

end sub

that was easy, but how the f&(# do you do that in VB 8 ???? any help will be much appreciated !! thanks
Aug 31 '07
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Martin2007
21 New Member
Yep looks like you have the idea... I said in my post that the code handled text box presses, but what you have written will allow for keypresses on whole form.

You can use any number in brackets for a keycode, there are lists of what the values are online, I think there is one in MSDN if you just search "keycodes"

Glad I could help!

Martin
Sep 3 '07 #11

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