Keypress Input

Terry Reedy tjreedy at udel.edu
Thu Jul 16 09:10:30 CEST 2015


On 7/16/2015 12:30 AM, Michael Torrie wrote:
> On 07/15/2015 07:03 PM, Rick Johnson wrote:
>> <too much to quote>
>
> I think you've missed the whole point of the OP's project.  He doesn't
> want to make a GUI.  He simply wants to have his program do something
> like blink an LED when someone presses a big red button.  He just wanted
> a quick way to test things out since his big red button can emulate a
> USB keyboard.  So all he needed was a simple console app that can fetch
> keystrokes.  In the end, though GPIO is very simple both electrically
> and in terms of Python, so that is the ultimate route he will go.  If
> you read his last post you'll find he says this.

Rick pretty much acknowledged what you said in this paragraph.

"You may have solved your input capturing problem, and i
don't think a GUI is the preferred solution for a
graphically deficient device anyhow, but you may well need a
GUI in the future, and this would be a fine example from which
to learn."

It is a fine example.


-- 
Terry Jan Reedy



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