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How to disable specific keys using key hooks. i don't want to use event handler. i want to implement windows hook to disable keys like ctrl, alt, shift and function keys. need the running code i have no time for r&d. tried several codes but not working.. i have tried these
http://www.aghausman.net/dotnet/disable-special-keys-in-win-app-c.html[^]
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/toub/archive/2006/05/03/589423.aspx[^]
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Sandeep Mewara 24-Feb-11 4:38am    
"Need the running code i have no time for r&d." :doh:
Prerak Patel 24-Feb-11 4:44am    
:omg: and here we all are free to get the code!!!

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You should revisit this page http://blogs.msdn.com/b/toub/archive/2006/05/03/589423.aspx[^] and read all of the comments to that blog entry. Then you'd know where you had gone wrong.
I bet you just grabbed the code and never took the time to read the whole page. It did'nt take me more than 5 minutes.

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Obaid Ahmed 24-Feb-11 7:05am    
you are absolutely rite Manfred :), he didn't want to read the full page, may be he want a cake :p :D
Tiwari Avinash 24-Feb-11 8:31am    
yup! as i told at this movement i really need a cake. but the party is over
Espen Harlinn 25-Feb-11 7:35am    
Nice reply - my 5

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