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Sending Keyboard Input to an Application by QTP

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The example below uses the PressKey method to send keyboard input to an application.

 

The PressKey method uses the ASCII value for the key.
63 is the ASCII value for F5.

ASCII values for other keys:
F1 - 59
F2 - 60
F3 - 61
F4 - 62
F5 - 63
F6 - 64
F7 - 65
F8 - 66
F9 - 67
F10 - 68
F11 - 87
F12 – 88

 

   1: 'An example that presses a key using DeviceReplay. 



   2:        Set obj = CreateObject("Mercury.DeviceReplay") 



   3:        Window("Notepad").Activate 



   4:        obj.PressKey 63