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I see you already found a better way to do what you want, so this is just an "additional footnote" to your original problem: to make your while loop less CPU hungry you can add a Sleep(1) call somewhere inside it, or maybe use SwithToThread[^] (althorough SwitchTothread seems to be much less effective than Sleep), this way the loop yields execution to other threads and does not eat up all the CPU power. I mean something like:
while( 1 )
{
   for( int i = 0; i < 256; i++ )
   {
        GetAsyncKeyState( i );
   }
   Sleep(1);
}


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