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MACRO Possibilites?

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Is it possible to make a macro in C++ to do things for me on my computer while I am away. Mabye even do certain things in a game for me. If so would a kind person please point me to a tutorial. Thank you for your time.
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Write a CRON job in Unix or a job in Windows NT. You can write code in C++ which can be run by the CRON but C++ as such cannot do stuff like that.
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I see.... thanks
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