keycode

Scancode vs Keycode - What's the difference?

scancode | keycode | see also |

Scancode is a see also of keycode.


In computing|lang=en terms the difference between scancode and keycode

is that scancode is (computing) a numeric code transmitted by a computer keyboard to indicate which keys are currently being pressed while keycode is (computing) a code that represents a keypress.

As nouns the difference between scancode and keycode

is that scancode is (computing) a numeric code transmitted by a computer keyboard to indicate which keys are currently being pressed while keycode is (computing) a code that represents a keypress.

Antitheft vs Keycode - What's the difference?

antitheft | keycode |


As an adjective antitheft

is against or preventing from being stolen.

As a noun keycode is

(computing) a code that represents a keypress.

Stereo vs Keycode - What's the difference?

stereo | keycode |


As an adjective stereo

is stereo.

As a noun keycode is

(computing) a code that represents a keypress.

Car vs Keycode - What's the difference?

car | keycode |


As nouns the difference between car and keycode

is that car is friend while keycode is (computing) a code that represents a keypress.

As a verb car

is (lb).

Unlock vs Keycode - What's the difference?

unlock | keycode |


As a verb unlock

is to undo or open a lock or something locked by, for example, turning a key, or selecting a combination.

As a noun keycode is

(computing) a code that represents a keypress.

Keypress vs Keycode - What's the difference?

keypress | keycode |


In computing|lang=en terms the difference between keypress and keycode

is that keypress is (computing) the buffered electrical signal resulting from such an event, sometimes distinguished from the release while keycode is (computing) a code that represents a keypress.

As nouns the difference between keypress and keycode

is that keypress is the depression of an input key; a keystroke while keycode is (computing) a code that represents a keypress.

Code vs Keycode - What's the difference?

code | keycode |


As a verb code

is .

As a noun keycode is

(computing) a code that represents a keypress.