Programming with Reflection

image\rwnprg32.gif PC Key Names

 

Keys on Enhanced 101 and Enhanced 102 keyboards are referred to by specific names when used as arguments in Reflection methods (such as the KeyOrChord argument for the SetKeyMap method).

In the following table, keys are listed first for the main keypad, followed by keys appearing on the cursor keypad and the numeric keypad. Keys are followed by the key name that should be used when specifying an argument in a Reflection method.

Alphabetic, function, and number keys in the main keypad area are represented by the character on the key (for example "a", "F1", or "1"), and are not listed in this table.

Tip

Change the Show Key Help setting to Yes (KbdMapShowKeyHelp property = True) to see keyboard constants in the Keyboard Setup dialog box. After you have changed this setting, click and hold the left mouse button on a PC or host key to see the key constant displayed at the bottom of the dialog box.

Main Keypad Key Name

Escape Esc

` Grave

Tab Tab

Caps Lock CapsLock

Left Shift LeftShift

Right Shift RightShift

Left Control LeftControl

Right Control RightControl

- Dash

= Equals

Backspace Backspace

[ OpenBracket

] CloseBracket

\ BackSlash

; Semicolon

' Apostrophe

Enter Return

, Comma

. Period

/ Slash

Spacebar Space

 

Cursor Keypad Key Name

Print Screen Snapshot

Scroll Lock ScrollLock

Pause PauseKey

Insert CpIns

Delete CpDel

Home CpHome

End CpEnd

Page Up CpPgUp

Page Down CpPgDn

Up Arrow CpUp

Down Arrow CpDown

Left Arrow CpLeft

Right Arrow CpRight

 

Numeric Keypad Key Name

Num Lock Numlock

/ KpDivide

* KpMultiply

- KpMinus

+ KpPlus

Enter CpEnter

Home Home

End End

Up Arrow UpKey

Down Arrow DownKey

PgUp PgUp

PgDn PgDn

Left Arrow LeftKey

Center Center

Right Arrow RightKey

Ins Ins

Del Del