pub struct KeyboardEvent {
    pub state: KeyState,
    pub key: Key,
    pub code: Code,
    pub location: Location,
    pub modifiers: Modifiers,
    pub repeat: bool,
    pub is_composing: bool,
}
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Keyboard events are issued for all pressed and released keys.

Fields

state: KeyState

Whether the key is pressed or released.

key: Key

Logical key value.

code: Code

Physical key position.

location: Location

Location for keys with multiple instances on common keyboards.

modifiers: Modifiers

Flags for pressed modifier keys.

repeat: bool

True if the key is currently auto-repeated.

is_composing: bool

Events with this flag should be ignored in a text editor and instead composition events should be used.

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