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A simple to use interface to the XInput API for Python

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A simple to use interface to the XInput API for Python.

XInput provides a few simple methods that can be used to query controller information.

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Using XInput

XInput provides a few functions:
get_connected() -> (bool, bool, bool, bool) Query which controllers are connected (note: don't query each frame)

get_state(user_index) -> State Get the State of the controller user_index

get_button_values(state) -> dict Returns a dictionary, showing which buttons are currently being pressed.

get_trigger_values(state) -> (LT, RT) Returns a tuple with the values of the left and right triggers in range 0.0 to 1.0

get_thumb_values(state) -> ((LX, LY), (RX, RY)) Returns the values of the thumb sticks, expressed in X and Y ranging from 0.0 to 1.0

set_vibration(user_index, left_speed, right_speed) -> bool (Success) Sets the vibration of the left and right motors of user_index to values between 0 and 65535 or in range 0.0 to 1.0 respectively.

get_battery_information(user_index) -> (<type>, <level>) Returns the battery information for user_index

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