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SDL - Getting a single keypress event instead of a keystate?

Right now I'm working on a simple SDL project, but I've hit an issue when trying to get a single keypress event to skip past a splash screen. Right now, there are 4 start-up splash screens that I ...
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Efficiently checking input and firing events

I'm writing an InputHandler class in XNA, and there are several different keys considered valid input (all of type Microsoft.XNA.Framework.Input.Keys). For each key, I have three events: internal ...
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How do I respond to keyboard events which occur between polling?

In my games update loop, which happens on a fixed timestep of 30 times per second, I am checking the current state of several keys to determine how to move the player. For example: ...
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Which code module should map physical keys to abstract keys?

How do you bridge the gap between the library's low-level event system and your engine's high-level event system? (I'm not necessarily talking about key events, but also about quit events.) At the ...
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Multiple Key Presses in XNA?

I'm actually trying to do something fairly simple. I cannot get multiple key presses to work in XNA. I've tried the following pieces of code. else if (keyboardState.IsKeyDown(Keys.Down) && ...
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Note: I have to poll, rather than do callbacks because of API limitations (SFML). I also apologize for the lack of a 'decent' title. I think I have two questions here; how to register the input I'm ...