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Low-level Windows API hooks from C# to stop unwanted keystrokes

, 26 Mar 2007
Babies and other animals love nothing better than to have a whack at the keyboard, with all sorts of unpredictable results. This application demonstrates how to trap keystrokes before they can do any damage.




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Emma Burrows
Software Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Emma's first steps in programming took place at primary school over thirty years ago, thanks to a TI-99/4A and the LOGO language. Following a Master's degree in English Studies (obtained, strangely enough, with a paper on the birth of the microcomputer), Emma started her career in IT.

Over the last ten years, she has worked as a localiser, technical writer, editor, web designer, systems administrator, team leader and support engineer, before finally making the move into software development a few years ago. She is now thrilled on a daily basis that she is getting paid for writing code after doing it for free half her life!

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