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There are a few additional keys in the standard keyboard design that are used for special purposes on the keyboard, and don't really fit into the other categories. So I have labeled them "special" and dumped them here. ;^) These are the following:
Here are the scan codes for these three strange keys. Notice the long scan codes, as two of them are actually sending more than one code in a long string. Also, the <Pause> key is the only one that does not have a "break" code:
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