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Function to send mouse movements?

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hiya,
  what is the win32 call to send mouse and key movements? i looked through msdn but can't recall it.

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From MSDN...

The mouse_event function synthesizes mouse motion and button clicks.

Windows NT/ 2000: This function has been superseded. Use SendInput instead.
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yea, that's the one. thanks!
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