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Default How to sense mouse clicks & other user input while app is busy

Hi,

is there a way, other than multi-threading, to sense user input during a long cycle / complex procedure in vb.net, when your current window (seems to) become "unresponsive" ?

Good old Pascal had a function called Keypressed which helped you become aware of just that (user Kbd input) while you were "doing something else". Anyone knows something similar in VB.net 2003 ?
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