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Eric1

I am trying to make a keysender that would send something like: a, b c, .... aa, ab, ac... aaa, aab aac... You get the idea.

I already have a keysender that will send any of 73 keys (letters, numbers, their capital forms, and _) in a random way in a set of one to 13.

I started a structured keysender but it would take around 5000 functions in the way I was doing it (with the limited knowledge of AutoIt that I have.)

I'm at school and I'll post what I have when I get home (I don't have the file here =P) but if anyone has any ideas...


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evilertoaster

to just spam every charactor in existence do somthign like

for $x=32 to 126
  send(chr($x))
next

you could put this inside another loop that adds a charactor at the end or whatever.

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Eric1

to just spam every charactor in existence do somthign like

for $x=32 to 126
  send(chr($x))
next

you could put this inside another loop that adds a charactor at the end or whatever.

Yeah, good idea, but would that do caps?

And would I have to set $x too? I mean I guess I could do

$x=32
While $x < 127
for $x=32 to 126
  send(chr($x))
next
$x++
Wend

Would that work at all?

Edited by Eric1

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evilertoaster

every ascci char from code 32 to 126- all numbers,letters(both cases) and special charactors.

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Eric1

every ascci char from code 32 to 126- all numbers,letters(both cases) and special charactors.

Howabout just a-z, 1-0, !-), A-Z and _, what would the #s be there?

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evilertoaster

read the list of ascii codes from the helpfile or other resource and you can see which codes are for which charactors and define it yoruself.

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