10 examples of 'python wait for keypress' in Python

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585def keypress(key):
586 if key in ('q', 'Q', 'esc'):
587 raise urwid.ExitMainLoop()
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93def testKeyPress():
94 print "test keyPress"
95 try:
96 keyPress("A", "DOWN_AND_UP")
97 except:
98# raise
99 return True
17def keypress(key):
18 #keyboard.press(key)
19 #keyboard.release(key)
20 os.system("xdotool key %s" % key)
320def keypress(event):
321
322 # Strip literal quotes from key symbol
323 keysym = repr(event.keysym)[1:-1]
324
325 # Assume no arrow keys pressed
326 event.widget.axis_x, event.widget.axis_y = 0,0
327
328 # Check all arrow keys
329 if keysym == 'Right':
330 event.widget.axis_x = +1
331 elif keysym == 'Left':
332 event.widget.axis_x = -1
333 if keysym == 'Up':
334 event.widget.axis_y = +1
335 elif keysym == 'Down':
336 event.widget.axis_y = -1
337
338 # Spacebar toggles autopilot
339 elif keysym == 'space':
340 event.widget.autopilot = not event.widget.autopilot
341
342 # If any arrow key was pressed, axes have been set
343 if event.widget.axis_x or event.widget.axis_y:
344
345 # Record arrow-key press time for fake release
346 event.widget.lastpress_sec = time.time()
347
348 # Axis control disables autopilot
349 event.widget.autopilot = False
95def checkForKeyPress():
96 if len(pygame.event.get(QUIT)) > 0:
97 terminate()
98
99 keyUpEvents = pygame.event.get(KEYUP)
100 if len(keyUpEvents) == 0:
101 return None
102 if keyUpEvents[0].key == K_ESCAPE:
103 terminate()
104 return keyUpEvents[0].key
164def pressAndHold(*args):
165 '''
166 press and hold. Do NOT release.
167 accepts as many arguments as you want.
168 e.g. pressAndHold('left_arrow', 'a','b').
169 '''
170 for i in args:
171 win32api.keybd_event(VK_CODE[i], 0, 0, 0)
172 time.sleep(.05)
264def wait_for_key(stdscr):
265 curses.init_pair(1, curses.COLOR_RED, curses.COLOR_WHITE)
266 stdscr.addstr(0,0, "Press any key to stop!", curses.color_pair(1) )
267 stdscr.refresh()
268 c = 0
269 while not rospy.is_shutdown() and c == 0:
270 c = stdscr.getch()
87def keypress(self, size: Tuple[int, int], key: str) -> None:
88 if key == 'enter':
89 urwid.emit_signal(self, 'done', self, self.get_edit_text())
90 return self._callback(self.edit_text) \
91 if self._callback is not None else None
92
93 super().keypress(size, key)
178def press_keys(self, keys, **kwargs):
179 for key in keys:
180 self.press_key(key, **kwargs)
44def _read_key(self):
45 ch = self.stdscr.getch()
46 if ch > 0 and ch != self.last_ch:
47 key = chr(ch)
48 if key in self.key2actions:
49 self.key2actions[key].func()
50 self.last_ch = ch

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