here is something working that you may use freely.
A matrix keyboard (4 x 3) debounced and buffered, adaptable to your needs.
"THE" main difference between pic and PSoC is: PSoC can do it analog! Be it to connect a photo-diode, amplifying and conditioning an input-signal or controlling an external analog device you usually do not need any external chips.
The way how to specify your needs by entering usermodules on a sheet and wiring all together is a great leap into the right direction, even I can do that and I am not an educatet electronic engineer.
So when you have got a developement kit go through the examples provided and try to understand them. Then pick (not pic) your own challenge, define your project and start to make it real step by step...
Welcome in the forum, Darin!
I just downloaded the archive and successfully opened it, so there must be something wrong with your environment. I used
win7 and firefox.
Okay, thank you. Does it include code to handle multiple simultaneous keypresses? I'm wanting to create a MIDI encoder for music keyboards.
Is there example code for encapsulating the key code obtained into the standard keyboard HID descriptor format and transmitting it through USB