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This method is called by the input method (IM) to send an entire string to the window that currently has the focus; that is, the window that would have received keyboard input if a key had been pressed on an external keyboard.
HRESULT SendString( LPTSTR ptszStr, DWORD dwSize );
Pointer to a string buffer containing the string to send.
Specifies the number of characters in the buffer. This number should not include the terminating null character, which is not sent.
An appropriate HRESULTvalue is returned.
An IM uses this method after an entire word or sentence has been entered. For example, a character recognizer IM could call this method after the user enters a full word. The software-based input panel sends each character in the buffer as a WM_CHARmessage to the current application. You can also use IIMCallback2::SendCharEventsand IIMCallback2::SendVirtualKeyto send characters to the current application.
|Windows Embedded CE||Windows CE 2.12 and later|
|Windows Mobile||Windows Mobile Version 5.0 and later|