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How do i send a string to a windows dialog

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How do i send a text-string to a windows dialog (like the login dialog).
Can someone send a source?
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Question by:tomeknik
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by:fant0m
ID: 1360978
You can try MessageDialog() or some API calls, I suggest looking in the help.
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by:fant0m
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You can try MessageDialog() or some API calls, I suggest looking in the help.
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by:tomeknik
ID: 1360980
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by:dr_gonzo
ID: 1360981
If it is a edit-box and you have the hwnd to it, you can use SetWindowText (covered in Win32.hlp)
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by:gysbert1
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You can also send wm_char messages to the window and thus type the text character by character. This is the same as actually typing it since when typing in a window all characters are send to the underlying window as windows messages ...
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by:tomeknik
ID: 1360983
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pjdb earned 100 total points
ID: 1360984
try this code

function SendKeys(Keys:string):boolean;
var
      hw:hwnd;
      i:byte;
Begin
      hw:=getfocus;
      If hw<>0 Then
      begin
            for i:=1 to length(keys) do
                  postmessage(hw, wm_char, word(keys[i]), 1);
            result:=true;
      end
      else
            result:=false;
End;      {SendKeys}

JDB
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by:gysbert1
ID: 1360985
As I said, yes ...
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by:pjdb
ID: 1360986
Sorry gysbert1, i've take your answer. In fact i've read the question and see no answer so i've made a cut and paste from a library of mine.
Sorry agian

JDB
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by:gysbert1
ID: 1360987
No apology needed ! I did not have the time to post the code. You deserve the points ...
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by:pjdb
ID: 1360988
Tomeknik, Is it working fine?

JDB
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