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PySchool Phase II

I just wanted to thank everyone for filling out the survey a few months
back for my PySchool graduate school project. I was able to capture a
lot of good information from the community. For the people who
mentioned to me that I should expand the "What Linux Operating System
do you use" question, unfortunately it was too late to make any
additions to the survey. However, I will be gathering this information
in the future, so I will make sure to incorporate this request.

I have completed the fall semester and I have my complete plan of
action for how I will be constructing my on-line training environment
for Python web frameworks. I am in the process of finalizing the
framework(s) that I will use and the technology that I will use to
deliver the instruction. The current schedule that I have submitted to
my professor has the instruction running from the beginning of February
until the middle of March. If you are interested in participating in
this free on-line course; send me an email (bobjohnson11 [at] gmail
{Dot} com). Please remember that the on-line course is a work in
progress, which means that when you have completed the material I would
appreciate any constructive feedback that you can give me. I want the
instruction to be as effective as possible and to serve as a
complementary educational vehicle to the documentation, tutorials and
books that are available. I also want to mention that I will be
Blogging about this whole experience. I have not had a chance to
update my Blog for some time but I plan to start today given the fact
that I have a lot more time.

Once again, I would like to thank all of the people who filled out the
survey and who gave me feedback about my project. You have help me


Rob Johnson
(MAIT Candidate)

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Andreas Lysdal
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I'm a noob at python so..

I just want to know, is there a function to type text global not in the
program but in other programs(like you where typing it).
For example in a textbox, in a program like "cmd.exe" or "notebook.exe".

I'm using windows xp.



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Gabriel Genellina
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At Tuesday 26/12/2006 13:57, Andreas Lysdal wrote:

>I'm a noob at python so..
>I just want to know, is there a function to type text global not in the
>program but in other programs(like you where typing it).
>For example in a textbox, in a program like "cmd.exe" or "notebook.exe".
>I'm using windows xp.

There is a module named SendKeys which may be useful, try to find it.

Gabriel Genellina
Softlab SRL

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