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nuclear.wing...@gmail.com wrote:Not recent, but the curses library reads the terminfo database to find
> I've been searching around the message board for information on a "Get
> Key" function for Fortran - the ability to have a program read input
> from a keyboard without having to push enter - and I've found a few
> posts that explain the difficulty of this. However, the posts I could
> find were at least a decade old, some older than that.
> Have there been any recent developments (or tricks) that would allow
> for input that doesn't require pressing the return key? If it helps,
> I'm using g95.
out how to do this for your terminal and OS. There is an old shareware
library (Fortran 77) fcurses, which among other things includes a
demonstration popup calculator (reads function keys, numeric keypad
etc). The curses library has:
so this could probably be called directly using the Fortran 2003 FFI.
Cheers, David Duffy.
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