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Send() in C

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How I can implement in C something that sends keys like the AutoIt's Send() function?

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Based on your last thread *YOU* can't. Someone with more experience could write a couple hundred lines of code to try to emulate the behavior. Or someone with more sense would use AutoItX.

You should try actually learning C instead of trying to get handouts on this forum. I already tire of seeing threads from you in over your head because you won't stop to learn correctly.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

First, i doubt it will take a couple of hundred lines just to send a key.

*unless you are planning to add all the failsafe's and debug's.

There should be an include file called SendKeys.h

What could be useful.

And isn't this the wrong place for these questions ?

I mean this is a developer chatting not C Support.

Edited by Zibit

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First, i doubt it will take a couple of hundred lines just to send a key.

*unless you are planning to add all the failsafe's and debug's.

The original poster clearly stated they wished to "send keys like the AutoIt's Send() function". In other words, it's more than just sending keys, it's emulating non-trivial and in many cases non-obvious behavior that AutoIt's Send() performs.

There should be an include file called SendKeys.h

What could be useful.

What are you talking about?

And isn't this the wrong place for these questions ?

I mean this is a developer chatting not C Support.

The topic very clearly falls within the accepted topics for this forum.

With all that said, stop resurrecting threads that are dead to give useless pieces of information.

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There should be an include file called SendKeys.h

What a great library indeed. Have you tried PrintStuff.h yet?

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