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In <firstname.lastname@example.org>, on 05/16/22
at 12:10 PM, "Dave Yeo" <email@example.com> said:
OK, went with the libc version of kbdCharin(), which seems more 32 bit
That's probably a bit too low-level for your needs. I suspect you may not
had read enough of the 16-bit Programming Reference to understand what
You probably will find:
int kbd_input (UCHAR *dst, int binary_p, int echo_p, int wait_p,
easier to integrate. This will return characters and not scan codes.
Only problem is at the test program start, it displays an "Î".
For which fprintf?
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