Takes a rawkey as returned from the Keyboard Raw Key command and extracts the character from it and returns it as a string.
You can use this to read what a user is typing into your program.
Print "Type some letters!"
Wait Key Press
rawKey = Keyboard Raw Key
char = Raw Key Char (rawKey)
if char <> ""
Print "You typed ";char
For more information on raw keys and working with the keyboard please refer to the Keyboard Input Guide.
The String Editor can also be used as an easy way to let people enter text into your program.See also the Keyboard Raw Key, Raw Key Scancode, Raw Key Modifier and Raw Key Ascii commands.