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How to simulate a key pressed event


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Hi folk,

I've to write a software in C/Objective C that run in background and that can generate key pressed event on a scheduled basis.
Is anybody has any tips on how doing such thing?

Frédéric GRASSET
Toulouse, FRANCE
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