A command line program to see your keyboard keypresses as other Unix/Linux applications see them. This is particularily useful for setting up terminfo/termcap files in applications that don't use the system version of those facilities.
For example, here is the output from the program within an XTerm under Linux.
Press ~ three times to exit Dec=84 Oct=124 Hex=54 ASCII=T Dec=101 Oct=145 Hex=65 ASCII=e Dec=115 Oct=163 Hex=73 ASCII=s Dec=116 Oct=164 Hex=74 ASCII=t Dec=27 Oct=033 Hex=1b ASCII=^[ ESC Dec=79 Oct=117 Hex=4f ASCII=O Dec=80 Oct=120 Hex=50 ASCII=P Dec=13 Oct=015 Hex=0d ASCII=^M CR Dec=126 Oct=176 Hex=7e ASCII=~ Dec=126 Oct=176 Hex=7e ASCII=~ Dec=126 Oct=176 Hex=7e ASCII=~
This was the word "Test" typed followed by the F1 key, the Enter key and then three ~ to exit. This shows that the F1 key sends Escape followed by OP.
Download the source code. To compile, just do make keys. There is no Makefile.
Download a pre-compiled binary for i386 Linux with glibc.
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