[Tutor] loop until a keypress
cwitts at compuscan.co.za
Mon Jan 30 09:49:48 CET 2012
On 2012/01/30 07:20 AM, Surya K wrote:
> I want to run code until a "enter" is pressed. Well, it shouldn't wait
> for the user to enter "enter"
> This is my code:
> import msvcrt
> chr = 0
> while chr != 'q':
> print "my code",
> if msvcrt.kbhit():
> chr = msvcrt.getch()
> This isn't working the way I wanted. When ever I press enter, the loop
> is starting in a new line and continuing.
> I even added "break" statement in "if" block but it isn't working
> Can you tell me how to do that?
> I am on windows. So, as msvcrt is for windows, I wonder if there is
> any module that works for both,
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There isn't a platform independent module for capturing keystrokes
unfortunately. You can take a look at this StackOverflow answer though
which could help you out
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