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Send keys to an hWnd

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How can I silently send keys to a window (given the hWnd).  The window may or may not be visible.

For example, how can I send the string "test" followed by hitting the enter key to the window hWnd?

Thanks,
-Sam
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Try use SendMessage or PostMessage API.

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