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Devansh Dhutia devanshd@yahoo.com
Mon, 27 Nov 2000 09:37:36 -0600


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hi everyone,
i was wondering if its possible in python to be able to read the =
keystrokes
from a keyboard??
for example, if a user was to input a sequence of numbers or letters, i =
want
to be able to display them elsewhere on the screen immediately after the
user presses a key.

Devansh Dhutia



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