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Retaining (and altering) key functions when using Console.ReadKey()

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6 Jun 2017     CPOL    
Retaining default functions when using Console.ReadKey() and customizing console key actions

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Jasper is part of an amazing development team at Vanderlande, where he is a software developer working with C#. His main focus when coding is quality and readability, and he is experienced in a broad range of subjects (Software design, testing, UI, simulation, multithreading, networking and more).

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