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Hello, I try to write some values out the application window. I mean, I want to write something where I leave the cursor with the writing mark. How do i do that? Thanks, Zachinio
Posted 11-May-13 2:22am
ThePhantomUpvoter at 11-May-13 8:25am
It is not at all clear what it is that you are trying to do, what you have tried or where you are stuck.
Mohammed Hameed at 11-May-13 8:59am
You mean automatically it should start writing with a marker wherever you put the cursor? So you want to create a tool probably, am I right?

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Since you are talking about the cursor (rather than the caret) I assume you mean a Console application. Try the Console.SetCursorPosition[^] method, or the CursorLeft and CursorTop properties:
static void Main(string[] args)
    Console.WriteLine("Hello: Member 10044307306");
    Console.CursorLeft = 7;
Member 10044307 at 11-May-13 9:10am
No, I work with Windows Forms,not Console application. I'll tell you what I mean exactly,I want to write a text in textbox that is not in my form,a textbox in other windows or even my web browser. How to that?
OriginalGriff at 11-May-13 9:47am
Then the only practical way is to use SendKeys:

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