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By: rynagade on Apr 25th, 2013  |  syntax: Python  |  size: 3.10 KB  |  views: 33  |  expires: Never
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  1. import win32com.client as comclt
  2. import win32gui
  3. import datetime
  4. import time
  5. import random
  6.  
  7. wsh = comclt.Dispatch("WScript.Shell")
  8. p1 = "Xaviera Kirby was keying a computer program when she realized she kept making the mistake of keying a \ for a /.  The symbol / is called the diagonal, the slash, or occasionally, the virgule.  Xaviera didn't know that she could always use the diagonal, /, between two words to indicate that the meaning of either word pertains; i.e., and/or.  In addition, the slash could be used as a dividing line in dates or fractions; i.e., 4/23/94 or 1/6.  The virgule, /, is also used as the division symbol in almost all programming languages and in particular mathematical applications."
  9. p2 = "You will learn in class that computer software directs the hardware to do its work in the proper way.  You may already know about a common type of software, a word processor.  Other kinds include database, spreadsheet, desktop publishing, and graphics.  Often these are included in one integrated package that is sold at a very reasonable price.  Software costs are most likely based on the quality and quantity of work that the software will allow a personal computer to do.  It's very important that your hardware have enough memory to run the software that you want to use."
  10.  
  11.  
  12. class KeyChamp(object):
  13.     pass
  14.  
  15.     def checkActive(self):
  16.         if win32gui.GetForegroundWindow() == self.npad:
  17.             return True
  18.         else:
  19.             raise Exception('Program has to be active!')
  20.  
  21.     def timer(self):
  22.         current = datetime.datetime.now()
  23.         elapsed = current - self.start
  24.         if elapsed > datetime.timedelta(seconds=300):
  25.             raise Exception('Time is up!')
  26.        
  27.     def specialKeys(self, key):
  28.         if key == '%':
  29.             wsh.SendKeys("{%}")
  30.         elif key == '^':
  31.             wsh.SendKeys("{^}")
  32.         elif key == '+':
  33.             wsh.SendKeys("{+}")
  34.         elif key == '~':
  35.             wsh.SendKeys("{~}")
  36.  
  37.     def typing(self):
  38.         wsh.AppActivate("Keychamp 2.0") # select the application
  39.         self.npad = win32gui.GetForegroundWindow()
  40.         self.start = datetime.datetime.now()
  41.         while True:
  42.             wsh.SendKeys("{Tab}")
  43.             for i in p1:
  44.                 if i == '%' or i == '^' or i == '+' or i == '~':
  45.                     self.specialKeys(i)
  46.                 elif self.checkActive() != True:
  47.                     exit
  48.                 else:
  49.                     wsh.SendKeys(i) # send the keys you want
  50.                     time.sleep(random.uniform(0.200, 0.210))
  51.                 self.timer()
  52.             wsh.SendKeys("{Enter}")
  53.             wsh.SendKeys("{Tab}")
  54.             for i in p2:
  55.                 if i == '%' or i == '^' or i == '+' or i == '~':
  56.                     self.specialKeys(i)
  57.                 elif self.checkActive() != True:
  58.                     exit
  59.                 else:
  60.                     wsh.SendKeys(i) # send the keys you want
  61.                     time.sleep(random.uniform(0.200, 0.210))
  62.                 self.timer()
  63.             wsh.SendKeys("{Enter}")
  64.  
  65. k = KeyChamp()
  66. k.typing()