I’m trying programmatically press a key in other app. Using functions of user32.dll (btw, does it make sense if the app is 64-bit application). I do smth like this: const uint KEYEVENTF_EXTENDEDKEY = 0x0001; const uint KEYEVENTF_KEYUP = 0x0002; private const int VK_F9 = 0x78; [DllImport("user32.dll", CharSet = CharSet.Auto)] public static extern IntPtr FindWindowEx( IntPtr ..
I need help figuring out how to use the raspberry pi gpio kit’s buttons as regular keyboard inputs in C++. If you don’t understand, what I mean is that my club wants to use the raspberry pi’s gpio kit and buttons to make a game controller, so when button 1 is pressed and C++ detects ..
Main motive is to send charecters over the network and have them typed on the phone… User friendlyness is not a concern coz im the only one who is gonna be using this.. I wanted to avoid making apps for this .. so I pretty accomplished this through python and adb in termux, But adb ..
Is there an elegant way in C++ (Windows) to take string representation of a virtual key code (e.g. VK_NUMPAD0, VK_F6, VK_INSERT, VK_RSHIFT, etc.) and convert it to its corresponding hexadecimal value (e.g. 0x60, 0x75, 0x2D, 0xA1, etc.)? Currently, I know using a switch statement, if statement, map, etc. will work (and I am using this ..
I am going development a virtual keyBoard by Qt,but when i click the button,it will change focus.For example,the current focus is in the browser’s input box,when i click on the keyboard button,browser will lost focus.How can I keep it from losing focus? Thank you Source: Windows Que..