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Testing a Windows Application, by outputting to the console

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I have created a windows application.

What I want to do is create a ConsoleApplication loads the windows application in the backround so that it can access / set propertys and methods. While it is doing this, I want it to output results to the Console.

The ConsoleApplication itself will never show any part of the Windows Application that I have used, it will only be used to run tests.

I have tried Creating a ConsoleApplication in C#, but I cannot declare "System.Windows.Forms", without getting a compile error.

Any suggestions on how I should approach this?
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