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See ASCII CODE of Keys | ASCII Code Reveler 1.0 By Kvc

ASCII Code Reveler is A small portable Batch program that lets you know the ASCII code of the pressed key from the keyboard (Instead of writing the ‘Letter directly ‘ on the screen). All you need to do is press a key on the keyboard, and the program will reveal the corresponding ASCII Code on the Title Bar of the command line window.

ASCII code reveler | by kvc

You’ll need to know the ASCII Code when you are building some kind of awesome batch program so as to check which key is pressed on the console. Thereafter we can use a conditional ‘if’ statement to compare the input with some static values of the key presses, those static values can be gotten using ASCII Code Reveler by KVC. 


ASCII Code of pressed key

It can reveal almost all types of key presses from the keyboard except some special keys, those are Function keys, Arrow keys etc.

Explorer view

ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) :

It is the most common format for text files in computers and on the Internet. ASCII file, each alphabetic, numeric, or special character represent a 8-bit binary number (a string of seven 0s or 1s). 128 possible characters are defined, but there are more characters than 128, you may have also noticed that they are up to 255. They are Special characters and Generally not used by basic user.

In this Project, I use ‘mChoice.exe’ to get ASCII code of pressed Key [ mchoice.exe is ‘modified choice.exe command by kvc’ ]

Repeated presses
HASH Code - For Verification - (SHA-256)

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