scancode_to_name(3alleg4) Allegro manual scancode_to_name(3alleg4)NAME
scancode_to_name - Converts a scancode to a key name. Allegro game programming library.
const char *scancode_to_name(int scancode);
This function returns a string pointer containing the name of they key with the given scancode. This is useful if you e.g. let the user
choose a key for some action, and want to display something more meaningful than just the scancode. Example:
char const *keyname = scancode_to_name(scancode);
allegro_message("You pressed the %s key.", keyname);
SEE ALSO scancode_to_ascii(3alleg4), exkeys(3alleg4)Allegro version 4.4.2 scancode_to_name(3alleg4)
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