Thread: Detecting a key in linux

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    Detecting a key in linux

    Hello,

    I am trying to move an object in x,y coordinates with wasd. But I dont know which functions do I need to do this. Can you help me please?

    Thanks!

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    Maybe you'll find this useful: Simple DirectMedia Layer - Homepage

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    thank you so much! How can I use it for w a s d? Should I use if else?

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