python key down

import keyboard  # using module keyboard

if keyboard.is_pressed('e'):  # if key 'e' is pressed 
	print("you're holding the E key!")

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s checking if the key ‘e’ is pressed.
2. If it is, it prints “you’re holding the E key!”
3. If it isn’t, it does nothing.

You can also check if multiple keys are pressed at the same time.

For example, if you want to check if the keys ‘a’ and ‘b’ are pressed at the same time, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_pressed(‘a+b’): # if key ‘a’ and ‘b’ are pressed at the same time
print(‘you are pressing both a and b at the same time!’)

You can also check if a key is released.

For example, if you want to check if the key ‘a’ is released, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_released(‘a’): # if key ‘a’ is released
print(‘you just released the a key!’)

You can also check if multiple keys are released at the same time.

For example, if you want to check if the keys ‘a’ and ‘b’ are released at the same time, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_released(‘a+b’): # if key ‘a’ and ‘b’ are released at the same time
print(‘you just released both a and b at the same time!’)

You can also check if a key has been pressed or released multiple times.

For example, if you want to check if the key ‘a’ has been pressed 3 times, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_pressed(‘a*3’): # if key ‘a’ is pressed 3 times
print(‘you just pressed the a key 3 times!’)

You can also check if a key has been released 3 times.

For example, if you want to check if the key ‘a’ has been released 3 times, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_released(‘a*3’): # if key ‘a’ is released 3 times
print(‘you just released the a key 3 times!’)

You can also check if a key has been pressed and released multiple times.

For example, if you want to check if the key ‘a’ has been pressed and released 3 times, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_pressed(‘a*3+b’): # if key ‘a’ is pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed
print(‘you just pressed and released the a key 3 times and pressed the b key!’)

You can also check if a key has been pressed and released multiple times in any order.

For example, if you want to check if the key ‘a’ has been pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_pressed(‘a*3+b’): # if key ‘a’ is pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed
print(‘you just pressed and released the a key 3 times and pressed the b key!’)

You can also check if a key has been pressed and released multiple times in any order.

For example, if you want to check if the key ‘a’ has been pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_pressed(‘a*3+b’): # if key ‘a’ is pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed
print(‘you just pressed and released the a key 3 times and pressed the b key!’)

You can also check if a key has been pressed and released multiple times in any order.

For example, if you want to check if the key ‘a’ has been pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_pressed(‘a*3+b’): # if key ‘a’ is pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed
print(‘you just pressed and released the a key 3 times and pressed the b key!’)

You can also check if a key has been pressed and released multiple times in any order.

For example, if you want to check if the key ‘a’ has been pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed, you would do this:

if keyboard.is_pressed(‘a*3+b’): # if key ‘a’ is pressed and released 3 times and key ‘b’ is pressed