Each item is a key name, a key range, or another list.
A key range is two keynames separated by a hyphen like this:
a - z
Except is the word "except."
Items to the left of "except" get added to the list; items to the right get subtracted.
An item can be the name of a list you created yourself or the predefined lists AllMainKeys or AllKeys.
For ranges (two key names separated by a hyphen), HotkeyNet uses virtual key codes. For example, you could write:
The virtual key codes for those two keys are 0xBB and 0xC0, so HotkeyNet adds to the list all the keys with virtual key codes between those two numbers. Those keys happen to be:
The following list contains a, b, and c:
The following list uses a range. It contains a through z:
The following list contains all the letters except s:
The following list contains a, b, and c (from the first list above) and all the numbers: