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This command defines the two key-presses that must begin every cheat code.
 
This command defines the two key-presses that must begin every cheat code.
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The command defaults to:
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cheatkeys 32 49
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32 represents D and 49 represents N.
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A list of (hexadecimal) values can be found in [{{EDuke32 source|source/build/include/scancodes.h}} scancodes.h]
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To change the actual cheat codes, see [[definecheat]].
  
 
[[Category:EDuke32 specific commands]]
 
[[Category:EDuke32 specific commands]]
 
[[Category:Game manipulation]]
 
[[Category:Game manipulation]]

Latest revision as of 03:35, 1 February 2017

cheatkeys <scan code> <scan code>

This command defines the two key-presses that must begin every cheat code.

The command defaults to:

cheatkeys 32 49

32 represents D and 49 represents N.

A list of (hexadecimal) values can be found in scancodes.h

To change the actual cheat codes, see definecheat.