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Key trapping in c++

I m able to trap ascii code of most of the keys on keyboard. Pls tell me how 2 get ascii code of space ,backspace and enter keys in c++.
Would b grateful if u provide me with actual code for it.

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I can not type any thing in my computer. Actually i can not change my cv. I want to change my cv whatever i want...............


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When your computer is restarting, you will be prompted to "Press any key to boot from CD". Simply press any button on your keyboard when you see this message. If you do not see this message when you restart your computer, you may need to reset your boot disk sequence. *

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The CD will load a blue screen, then after a few minutes will ask you to press Enter to set up Windows.

You will then be prompted to select where to install Windows. There will be a box on the lower half of your screen that will either show "Unpartitioned space xxxMB" or will have "Partitioned space xxxMB". Highlight which partition you wish to format (typically it will be the unpartitioned space or the space with the largest partition by most megabytes). Hit Enter after selecting the space to partition.

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