Array of flags indicating the state of each key, ordered by scancode.
Wherever possible these values will be updated asynchronously, but if
keyboard_needs_poll() returns TRUE, you must manually call
poll_keyboard() to update them with the current input state. The
scancodes are defined in allegro/keyboard.h as a series of KEY_*
constants (and are also listed below). For example, you could write:
printf("Space is pressed\n");
Note that the array is supposed to represent which keys are physically
held down and which keys are not, so it is semantically read-only.
These are the keyboard scancodes:
KEY_A ... KEY_Z,
KEY_0 ... KEY_9,
KEY_0_PAD ... KEY_9_PAD,
KEY_F1 ... KEY_F12,
KEY_ESC, KEY_TILDE, KEY_MINUS, KEY_EQUALS,
KEY_BACKSPACE, KEY_TAB, KEY_OPENBRACE, KEY_CLOSEBRACE,
KEY_ENTER, KEY_COLON, KEY_QUOTE, KEY_BACKSLASH,
KEY_BACKSLASH2, KEY_COMMA, KEY_STOP, KEY_SLASH,
KEY_INSERT, KEY_DEL, KEY_HOME, KEY_END, KEY_PGUP,
KEY_PGDN, KEY_LEFT, KEY_RIGHT, KEY_UP, KEY_DOWN,
KEY_SLASH_PAD, KEY_ASTERISK, KEY_MINUS_PAD,
KEY_PLUS_PAD, KEY_DEL_PAD, KEY_ENTER_PAD,
KEY_ABNT_C1, KEY_YEN, KEY_KANA, KEY_CONVERT, KEY_NOCONVERT,
KEY_AT, KEY_CIRCUMFLEX, KEY_COLON2, KEY_KANJI,
KEY_LWIN, KEY_RWIN, KEY_MENU,
KEY_SCRLOCK, KEY_NUMLOCK, KEY_CAPSLOCK
KEY_EQUALS_PAD, KEY_BACKQUOTE, KEY_SEMICOLON, KEY_COMMAND
Finally, you may notice an odd behaviour of the KEY_PAUSE key. This key
only generates an interrupt when it is pressed, not when it is released.
For this reason, Allegro pretends the pause key is a state key, which
is the only way to make it usable.