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How to Pass an Event from windows to my application.

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   I am doing desktop application using c#.net. I want to recognize all event outside the application when my appliaction windowstate will be in minimize state.
e.g if i will click in the mouse in some where else my application should recognize that the mouse has clicked. If  I will write some thing in keyboard then my application should recognize that keyboard process is continuing.

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Arun

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