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c/c++ with SendKeys to control MS Windows

This project received 4 bids from talented freelancers with an average bid price of $33 USD.

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Project Description

Need a 2 hour turnaround, this is hot

Please make this COMPILER INDEPENDENT, already one person said he did this, but requires Visual Studio (to me that was a Visual Studio 2005 program, not a C++). This should work at with a command line compiler c++ [url removed, login to view] etc.

Don't waste each other's time, can not accept an exe as it can not be put on my company computer and already someone gave me a virus. Don't ask please to send me a test exe, I will NOT do that.

Please note I am waiting to PAY someone for this, but so far, everyone who I awarded either did not accept or went away for more than a day without updates.

This project is already late, and need someone who ALREADY knows this and can put it together in about 15 minutes. It is not a big piece of work.

Please provide the setup and or compiling instructions.

Program running on Windows, need 2 examples of “sendkeys” operations.

Can you do this quickly?

Each example must be started from a command line prompt
Each example must do the task at hand
Each example must return to the command prompt when completed.

Example 1

Start from a command line prompt and open the Google Chrome Browser
Navigate to the [url removed, login to view] website and search for news on the Olympics
Leave the Browser display for 20 seconds and then return back to the command line

Example 2
Open Notepad and start a new document
Type in the document “how now? Brown cow?”
Save the document in c:\temp\[url removed, login to view]
Return back to the command line

Skills required
C Programming, C++ Programming, Windows Server

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