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How to enter system time into an application using keystrokes.

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I have an application that i use to connect to my phone system on an XP PC. I have created a script using key strokes that will input a certain time into the phone system. What i would like it to do is check the PC time and enter that into the application. I have been reading up on "_NowTime", but i am not sure how i will pass this to the custom phone application. Here is the script i have now.

I have just started to get into AutoIt today.

Run ("C:\Program Files\UNITe\GateWay\UniteGW.exe")

WinWaitActive("AdvanceIP")

AutoItSetOption("SendKeyDelay", 40)

send("{alt}Se")

Send("{enter}")

Send("{UP}")

Send("{TAB}")

Send("{TAB}")

Send("{enter}")

send("{alt}C")

Send("{enter}")

run ("C:\Program Files\UNITe\eManager\eManager.exe")

WinWaitActive("eManager")

send("{alt}t")

send("S")

Send("{enter}")

WinWait("System Terminal")

Send("4{enter}")

Send("{space}")

Send("{space}")

Send("{space}")

Send("15")

Send("{space}")

Send("{space}")

Send("{space}")

Send("{space}")

Send("{space}")

Send("13{enter}")

Send("{enter}")

WinActivate("eManager")

send("{alt}f")

send("x")

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So do i put these in the script along with @MIN

#include <Date.au3>

Send(_NowTime() & @CRLF) ; & @CRLF just to carraige return

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