how can we send keys to keyboard
ceyhunalyesil at gmail.com
Tue Oct 7 19:16:54 CEST 2008
On 7 Ekim, 19:50, Jason Scheirer <jason.schei... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Oct 7, 9:28 am, mhangman <ceyhunalye... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 7 Ekim, 18:57, Mike Driscoll <kyoso... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > On Oct 7, 10:42 am, mhangman <ceyhunalye... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > On 7 Ekim, 18:34, Mike Driscoll <kyoso... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > On Oct 7, 10:13 am, mhangman <ceyhunalye... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > > how can we send keys to keyboard? i want to write a script that will
> > > > > > push keyboard buttons and do what i want. its for a macro prog. there
> > > > > > are some kinds at c++ and at java. for example actools prog. but i
> > > > > > want to this in python...
> > > > > > note:im not talking about print a key im talking about use it from its
> > > > > > device
> > > > > > please help
> > > > > If I understand you correctly, you're probably wanting something like
> > > > > SendKeys:
> > > > >http://pypi.python.org/pypi/SendKeys/0.3
> > > > > Unfortunately, this is for Windows only (as far as I can tell). But
> > > > > you didn't say what OS you were using, so maybe this will work.
> > > > > Mike
> > > > ty mike but it use a c++ module with it. cant we find python/made
> > > > module?
> > > > or donno..
> > > > bdw: OS windows, linux doesnt matter just let me learn this
> > > What difference does it make if it includes a c file (it's not C++)?
> > > Python itself relies on C code too for some of it's fastest bits. The
> > > "xrange" builtin is one good example. Besides, I think learning C/C++
> > > would be a good idea for any Python programmer that wants to get truly
> > > proficient in his snake charming.
> > > Mike
> > ty mike,
> > im just looking for other ways which can improve my style,information.
> > i read some java stuff some c++ some c# and c about this work. but can
> > python do this whiout include any of this?
> > need to learn, thanks for helping
> You definitely need SendKeys, and you definitely need to talk to
> Windows through some C library. It doesn't matter which bridge you
> use, but your code is going to touch something written in C eventually
> to accomplish this.
> Check out this example:http://code.activestate.com/recipes/65107/
> The pywin32 libraries are pretty much a must if you're working in
> Windows and Python regardless.
ty jason i got my answer^^ i will look for it
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