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An event which indicates that a keystroke occurred in a component. This low-level event is generated by a component object (such as a text field) when a key is pressed, released, or typed.
Create a new key event that is the same as the given one, but whose action is replaced with the given value. static KeyEvent: changeFlags(KeyEvent event, int flags) Create a new key event that is the same as the given one, but whose flags are replaced with the given value. static KeyEvent
When key 2 is pressed, another keydown event is fired for this new key press, and the key property value for the event is set to be the string "@" for the U.S keyboard type and """ for the UK keyboard type, because of the active modifier shift key.
Keyboard input events are generated when any key, including control keys, is pressed or released. However, the ALT key when pressed and released without combining with another character, has special meaning to the system and is not passed through to the application.
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The key property returns the identifier of the key that was pressed when a key event occured. Key identifiers are strings that identify keyboard buttons. The return value of this property can be a string of:
For key pressed and key released events, the code variable contains the event's key code. For key typed events, the code variable always contains KeyCode.UNDEFINED . "Key pressed" and "key released" events are lower-level and depend on the platform and keyboard layout.
The key event pulls the main character into that plot. 4. The key event almost always follows the inciting event. 5. Sometimes the inciting event can take place prior to the beginning chapter, but, for maximum effect, the key event should take place within the story proper, so the reader can experience it.
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