Jun 06, 2006 - 06:00 PM
I think you can't find a ASCII value for the CTRL key since it does not produce a character by itself.
The ENTER key, though, (historically) produced no less that 2 characters; a Carrier Return (chr 13) and a Line Feed (chr 10), thus simulating a physical type writer. Nowadays, it's usually enough just to use chr 13 to as an 'ENTER' character - it should move the curser to the beginning of a new line.
The CTRL + ENTER in Word results in moving the curser to the beginning of a New Page, but this unfortunately doesn't have a correspondance in ASCII characters as far as I know.
Jul 01, 2006 - 12:00 PM