'"Command-lining" a menu driven program'
A couple of recent posters have been complaining that menu-driven
programs do not really help for development ( a sequential process).
Herewith a useful program for the PC.
In batch files, you run key-fake just before running the menu program.
This "fakes" keystrokes for the menu driven program.
Strings "..." are characters
Numbers are ascii codes for keystrokes eg. 13 = enter, 27 = escape. 0 is
a special value which "synchs up" with flushing of the keyboard buffer.
I use this and Borland's make to streamline programming.
NB: I'm not too sure about the legal status of this program ie.
Attachment converted: sheep!:key-fake.com (????/----) (00001717)
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