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    Prototyping Application for Keystroke Dyanmic Stats

    Hey,

    I'm trying to write a prototype application to capture the keystrokes
    of a user while writing a text for use in designing a maths model for
    a biometric application for symbian based phones. I have never used
    python before but have come across keypress and key_code but I can't
    seem to find a lot of information about them. Basically, I'm trying to
    find out, is it possible to script this type of application? How would
    I about capturing all keys? Do I have to bind each key and if so, how
    would i go about binding for characters such as 'b'. I have found
    examples for UP, DOWN, 1, 2, 3 etc but nothing in relation to
    characters.

    Any help, suggestions or push in the right direction would be great.

    Many Thanks,

    A

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    Re: Prototyping Application for Keystroke Dyanmic Stats

    HEllo aneville

    welcome to forum nokia Python dibo.

    Quote Originally Posted by aneville View Post
    Hey,

    I'm trying to write a prototype application to capture the keystrokes
    of a user while writing a text for use in designing a maths model for
    a biometric application for symbian based phones. I have never used
    python before but have come across keypress and key_code but I can't
    seem to find a lot of information about them.
    Now you can get more information about using keys in Python from the following two wiki articles.

    How to use keys in PyS60
    How to simulate Keypress in PyS60
    .


    Quote Originally Posted by aneville View Post
    Basically, I'm trying to
    find out, is it possible to script this type of application? How would
    I about capturing all keys? Do I have to bind each key and if so, how
    would i go about binding for characters such as 'b'. I have found
    examples for UP, DOWN, 1, 2, 3 etc but nothing in relation to
    characters.
    i have not played much with keys but AFAIK you can simulate character keys pardon me if i am wrong. And if i guess correctly binding the character keys is not possible yet.

    Hope this helps you

    Cheers,
    Gaba88

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