Python provides a library named
keyboard which is used to get full control of the keyboard. It’s a small Python library which can hook global events, register hotkeys, simulate key presses and much more.
- It helps to enter keys, record the keyboard activities and block the keys until a specified key is entered and simulate the keys.
- It captures all keys, even onscreen keyboard events are also captured.
- Keyboard module supports complex hotkeys.
- Using this module we can listen and send keyboard events.
- It works on both windows and linux operating system.
Install using this command:
pip install keyboard
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Example #2: Keyboard module to enter hotkeys.
ark you entered hotkey
Example #3: Keyboard module also used to record all the keyboard activities and replay them using play method.
Reference : https://pypi.org/project/keyboard/
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