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  1. #21
    yes, i'm very curious too, i have compiled it several rimes on dev-cpp, and i haven't even received one warning doing so...
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    hi lepricaun
    this is one seriously good code i have seen yet
    i would like to thank u about the code u gave to all of us
    and i would also like to ask the basic principle u used(if u dont mind)
    send it to me if u can
    also plz tell me HOW WERE U ABLE TO DO SUCH A THING!
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    well, thanks for your compliment, but it isn't that great at all

    i've simple used the windows API GetAsyncKeyState() and put this in a loop for every character. once one is found, the program checks which one it is and which action to take (print a character).

    thats all, there's nothing to it, it looks more difficult then it is
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    This thread is like 4 years old. Normally it's better to just start a new one when half the people in here aren't even going to see this.
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    who are you referring to ?
    lol, it seems to me that you are the one who just revived this 4 year old post?!
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    who are you referring to ?
    lol, it seems to me that you are the one who just revived this 4 year old post?!
    The post Gore was referring to (which was indeed a post referring to a 4-year old thread) was deleted...
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    compiled version available for download?
    "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius --- and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction."
    - Albert Einstein
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