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Keyboard

Keyboard.println()

Description

Sends a keystroke to a connected computer, followed by a newline and carriage return.

WARNING: When you use the Keyboard.println() command, the Arduino takes over your keyboard! Make sure you have control before you use the command. A pushbutton to toggle the keyboard control state is effective.

Syntax

Keyboard.println() Keyboard.println(character) Keyboard.println(characters)

Parameters

character : a char or int to be sent to the computer as a keystroke, followed by newline and carriage return. characters : a string to be sent to the computer as a keystroke, followed by a newline and carriage return.

Returns

int : number of bytes sent

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