First app, thanks people

Will McGugan news at NOwillmcguganSPAM.com
Mon Jul 25 18:17:44 CEST 2005


Jan Danielsson wrote:
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> 
>    Oh, I do have one more question though. I'm using wxPython, and when
> I check for keys I use the evt.GetKeyCode() call, and compare it with
> integers which I have found by printing what event.GetKeyCode() returns.
> I would prefer a more portable way, since I assume that F1 doesn't have
> the same code on a Sparc Ultra10. (?) Is there a way to get "key codes"
> in wxPython in a portable manner?

Hi,

You should use the keycode constants.

http://www.wxwidgets.org/manuals/2.6.1/wx_keycodes.html#keycodes


Will

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