Python: some practice, questions and #%§'
05-15-2021, 01:04 AM
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 jkor Junior Member Posts: 2 Joined: Nov 2016
RE: Python: some practice, questions and #%§'
I seem to have some success with the following snippet in PPL:

Code:
 #PYTHON EXPORT mktest() from hpprime import * from math import * # haven't found terminal screen clear yet print("""Perform one of the following: 1. position mouse pointer on screen and then double-touch 2. click a calculator key 3. press 'On' to exit""") lastm,lastk=0,0 while 1:   # gets 2nd pair of coords (2-touch)   # move mouse ptr around screen and double touch   m=mouse()[1]   k=keyboard()   if len(m)>0 and m!=lastm:     print('2-touch y= '+str(m[1]))   if k>0 and k!=lastk:     print('key= '+str(int(log2(k))))   lastm=m   lastk=k #end

The snippet prints the y-coord of the mouse pointer for a two-point touch, or the key code for a clicked calculator key and can be exited by pressing 'On'. Both mouse() and keyboard() don't seem to accept any parameters.

As noted in one of your previous posts, I haven't had any luck making a Python script file work (using the More>Files>New Program feature of the Editor).

Thanks for your invaluable contributions to the knowledge base. Your posted have been very helpful in trying to figure things out.

Jim
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 Messages In This Thread Python: some practice, questions and #%§' - Guenter Schink - 05-12-2021, 09:10 PM RE: Python: some practice, questions and #%§' - jkor - 05-15-2021 01:04 AM RE: Python: some practice, questions and #%§' - Guenter Schink - 05-15-2021, 11:05 PM RE: Python: some practice, questions and #%§' - jkor - 05-16-2021, 12:06 AM RE: Python: some practice, questions and #%§' - Guenter Schink - 05-16-2021, 10:17 AM

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