Can VB.NET Created Program Send keystrokes to TelNet?


I know that a VB.NET program can send key strokes to a computer.  Can a VB.NET program also send key strokes to a  Telnet session as well?  

The answer to this question is now needed urgently.  Thanks for your time!  

FYI, at Telnet session is used to access a mainframe/database; you may recognize it by it's black screen with green letters.
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jjrr007Author Commented:

Please respond to this question as soon as you can.  Thanks!
Bob LearnedCommented:

What type of Telnet session are you using?

Mike TomlinsonHigh School Computer Science, Computer Applications, and Mathematics TeachersCommented:
Hey Bob,

See jjrr007s PAQ:

I thought I had already answered this question...   =)
Bob LearnedCommented:
Good point Mike.  SendKeys won't work, but keybd_event should, but it's tricky to implement sometimes.  You gotta love when you get to revisit questions ;)


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jjrr007Author Commented:
The LearnedOne,

It says in help, "The Installed Product       WRQ Reflection Multi-Host, Standard 13.0".  Is this what you need?
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