May 13, 2003, 7:23 AM
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thanks for the reply, I should have been clear with my intent. The code in the previous post works when there is a cmd line present. The strange feature of the .exe that I use is that the letter "q" acts as a break, so the .exe is running and there is no cmd line to enter the lettter "q" into. Is there a way to pass it to the .exe without having a cmd line to enter it onto?
Re: [swabbies] How do I pass the return(or enter) key into a command line?
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The original question wasn't clear, but I am looking for a way to have the return or enter key passed into the cmd line. so I could pass it the lettter "g" and then pass the return or enter key to execute the letter