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Default How to map Numeric 0 (zero) ? - 02-12-2009, 03:19 AM

OK, here it goes, the program I use for work requires using numeric zero. Regular zero does not work in the application I'm using. On my old laptop I kept pressing FN + M and it worked OK.
I tried this remapping program provided by Microsoft (article found in the Guides section) but I couldn't figure out the code for numeric zero. I tried some character-codes from internet and I kept endig up with ` or tiny TM symbol.

What U+ code numeric zero has? Or what other work around I have besides buying USB numeric keyboard?

Yes, it is on Windows XP.

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Default Re: How to map Numeric 0 (zero) ? - 02-12-2009, 09:53 AM

In this doc file on Microsoft's website, it lists all kind of stuff on keyboard scancodes. Perhaps it may help you figure out what codes to use.

Here's an excerpt:
key location	101/102 Enhanced Keyboard	scan 1 make	scan 1 break	scan 2 make	scan 2 brake
99						Numeric 0  					52  			D2  			70  			F0 70
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