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The function based on this prototype initializes the virtual-key code state and driver-specific state.
typedef BOOL (*PFN_KEYBD_DRIVER_INIT_STATES)( INT iKeybdId, KEY_STATE KeyState, void * pKeybdDriverState );
[in] Identifier of the keyboard to initialize key state data.
[out] Key state to initialize.
[in] Keyboard-specific state to initialize.
After calling the PFN_KEYBD_DRIVER_GET_INFOfunction and allocating its required memory, the input system calls this function to enable the driver to initialize the memory.
The pKeybdDriverToUnicodeStateparameter is a pointer to a block of memory of at least cbToUnicodeStatebytes, as reported by the PFN_KEYBD_DRIVER_GET_INFOfunction in the KBDI_VKEY_TO_UNICODE_INFOstructure. If cbToUnicodeStateis reported as zero, this parameter can be NULL.
This function must be re-entrant because the input system exposes it through the PFN_KEYBD_DRIVER_INIT_STATESfunction and multiple threads can call it.
|Windows Embedded CE||Windows CE 1.0 and later|
|Windows Mobile||Windows Mobile Version 5.0 and later|