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Feed input to program using text file in windows???


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#1 bomblast

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Posted 24 August 2013 - 01:09 PM

Is there a way I can skip typing through keyboard and input data into a program running on windows 7 through text file?? Actually there is a program called Cyberoam client which takes Cyberoam server IP from user and then checks whether the server IP is correct... I want to automate the process of entering the IP into its textbox and then press "Check" button and stop if it finds a valid IP... Is this possible on windows 7 by creating some loops to enter this IP ranges automatically???



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Posted 24 August 2013 - 04:51 PM

Well...I'm no programmer...but I've always thought that you need to know source code, etc. before modifying/updating any program.  I mean...it's not like there is one standard way to write a program unless things have changed from the eons ago when I played with dorporate financial forecasting programs in the 70s. 

 

Additionally...many programs reflect caveats which indicate that no attempt will be made to modify the product, moreso (I imagine) if the program is a "for cash" program.

 

You might actually get a more knowledgeable, valid answer...if you post in the BC Programming Forum.

 

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Posted 30 August 2013 - 08:24 AM

Well...I'm no programmer...but I've always thought that you need to know source code, etc. before modifying/updating any program.  I mean...it's not like there is one standard way to write a program unless things have changed from the eons ago when I played with dorporate financial forecasting programs in the 70s. 

 

Additionally...many programs reflect caveats which indicate that no attempt will be made to modify the product, moreso (I imagine) if the program is a "for cash" program.

 

You might actually get a more knowledgeable, valid answer...if you post in the BC Programming Forum.

 

Louis

Thank you... I will started a new topic there...






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