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comment Controlling Bluetooth mouse gestures that register keyboard events
The definition of the key names is in /usr/include/linux/input.h, which states that the names are modeled after USB HUT 1.12, which says key codes 232-65535 are "Reserved". input-kbd uses the name.sh there to reverse the key name -> code mapping, to enable input_kbd to print names for the key codes.
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comment Controlling Bluetooth mouse gestures that register keyboard events
You can use sudo input-events 4 to see which mouse button is which. KEY_UNKNOWN (hopefully) doesn't print or trigger any action.