You can either set the colors using the name of the color, or you can use the hexadecimal format. I am sure you have seen them before, but here is an example anyway...
The most common keyboard event used is the onkeypress event. This even can check to see if a key is pressed on the keyboard. Here's a list of some keyboard events.
These keyboard events can get quite interesting if you're familiar with the ASCII values of the key's on the keyboard. Check out this code sample:
In order for this to work, press the capital "A" and the textbox will indicate you doing so. If you were to press anything else, the program would not work.
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