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Windows 7: Detect Escape key with batch file

20 Mar 2013   #1
rdwray

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Detect Escape key with batch file

I want to separate the escape key in a batch file from all others. If I use "choice", all keys would have to be listed. "errorlevel" seems to return "0" for every key because "choice" is not used. thanks...


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20 Mar 2013   #2
JimLewandowski

 
 

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20 Mar 2013   #3
rdwray

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by JimLewandowski View Post
uh, yea. I see a lot of info that uses "Edit" for batch programming and "Edit" has been removed from windows - unless you know where I can get a copy?????

Edit: I found "Edit.com" and it will not run on a x64 machine.
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