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The MOUSE_EVENT_RECORD structure is used in a console INPUT_RECORD structure to report mouse input events.

typedef struct _MOUSE_EVENT_RECORD { // mer 

    COORD dwMousePosition; 

    DWORD dwButtonState; 

    DWORD dwControlKeyState; 

    DWORD dwEventFlags; 

} MOUSE_EVENT_RECORD; 

 

Members

dwMousePosition
Specifies the location of the cursor in terms of the screen buffer’s character-cell coordinates.
dwButtonState
Indicates the status of the mouse buttons. The least significant bit corresponds to the leftmost mouse button. The next least significant bit corresponds to the rightmost mouse button. The next bit indicates the next-to-leftmost mouse button. The bits then correspond left to right to the mouse buttons. A bit is 1 if the button was pressed.

The following constants are defined for the first five mouse buttons:

FROM_LEFT_1ST_BUTTON_PRESSED
RIGHTMOST_BUTTON_PRESSED
FROM_LEFT_2ND_BUTTON_PRESSED
FROM_LEFT_3RD_BUTTON_PRESSED
FROM_LEFT_4TH_BUTTON_PRESSED

dwControlKeyState
Indicates the state of the control keys. This member can be a combination of the following values:

Value

Meaning

RIGHT_ALT_PRESSED

The right ALT key is pressed.

LEFT_ALT_PRESSED

The left ALT key is pressed.

RIGHT_CTRL_PRESSED

The right CTRL key is pressed.

LEFT_CTRL_PRESSED

The left CTRL key is pressed.

CAPSLOCK_ON

The CAPS LOCK light is on.

ENHANCED_KEY

The key is enhanced.

NUMLOCK_ON

The NUM LOCK light is on.

SCROLLLOCK_ON

The SCROLL LOCK light is on.

SHIFT_PRESSED

The SHIFT key is pressed.

dwEventFlags
Indicates the type of mouse event. If this value is zero, it indicates a mouse button being pressed or released. Otherwise, the value is one of the following:

Value

Meaning

DOUBLE_CLICK

The second click (button press) of a double-click occurred. The first click is returned as a regular button-press event.

MOUSE_MOVED

A change in mouse position occurred.

Remarks

Mouse events are placed in the input buffer when the console is in mouse mode (ENABLE_MOUSE_INPUT).

Mouse events are generated whenever the user moves the mouse, or presses or releases one of the mouse buttons. Mouse events are placed in a console’s input buffer only when the console group has the keyboard focus and the cursor is within the borders of the console’s window.

See Also

INPUT_RECORD, PeekConsoleInput, ReadConsoleInput, WriteConsoleInput

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