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    Default Keybinding help

    Hey all, brand new to the fourms, and fairly new to programming. I have had a year class on Java, but that's all. Hence, when I go the Java Tutorials, or such similar websites, I find myself WAY over my head. Is there any way to show me how to make a simple keybind for the "D" key? Action Listeners and the like are above my head at the moment.

    If it's any help, I'm trying to make a basic game, and using NetBeans.

    Also:
    private void btnTestKeyPressed(java.awt.event.KeyEvent evt) {
    //KeyStroke.getKeyStroke("D");
    }

    Netbeans generated that for me, and I tried to put in the //KeyStroke.getKeyStroke("D");

    My feeble attempt... Just the kind of thing that I am looking for.
    Last edited by Peperono; 09-17-2012 at 11:08 PM.

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    Default Re: Keybinding help

    The first place I would start if I were you would be to check out the Key Bindings Tutorial. It's got great explanation as well as sample code that you can try out and modify. Please let us know if any specific concepts in the tutorials are unclear to you after you've given them an in-depth study. Best of luck.

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