Keyboard Hook

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    to clear the char array, you could do either

    logged_keys[0] = '\0';

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    strcpy(logged_keys, "");

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    Like Tonto said, why not try ZeroMemory? Oh and cgod what compiler were you using to make that "HotKey" keylogger?
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    MSVC 7.0, it should work on any compiler tho.

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    You know that RegisterHotKey only works for the program that's running it don't you? It dosen't set a system wide hook.

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    I don't like the RegisterHotKeys way of doing it, I'm gonna write a DLL and it WILL work, even if it takes me a little while. Oh I am using Dev-C++ and it seems to not like some of your code.
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