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SDL_KeyboardEvent(3)			SDL API Reference		     SDL_KeyboardEvent(3)

NAME
       SDL_KeyboardEvent - Keyboard event structure

STRUCTURE DEFINITION
       typedef struct{
	 Uint8 type;
	 Uint8 state;
	 SDL_keysym keysym;
       } SDL_KeyboardEvent;

STRUCTURE DATA
       type		   SDL_KEYDOWN or SDL_KEYUP

       state		   SDL_PRESSED or SDL_RELEASED

       keysym		   Contains key press information

DESCRIPTION
       SDL_KeyboardEvent  is  a  member  of the SDL_Event union and is used when an event of type
       SDL_KEYDOWN or SDL_KEYUP is reported.

       The type and state actually report the same information, they just use different values to
       do   it!   A   keyboard	 event	 occurs   when	a  key	is  released  (type=SDK_KEYUP  or
       state=SDL_RELEASED) and when a key is pressed (type=SDL_KEYDOWN or state=SDL_PRESSED). The
       information on what key was pressed or released is in the keysym structure.

	      Note:

	      Repeating   SDL_KEYDOWN	events	 will	occur  if  key	repeat	is  enabled  (see
	      SDL_EnableKeyRepeat).

SEE ALSO
       SDL_Event, SDL_keysym, SDL_EnableKeyRepeat, SDL_EnableUNICODE

SDL				      Tue 11 Sep 2001, 22:59		     SDL_KeyboardEvent(3)
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