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Default Slightly off topic but how do I...

How can I manipulate other windows. There seems to be very little examples on c# win32api and from the forums I been reading people seem to be saying there is some sort of better alternative over win32api in .net programming.

All I would really like to do is learn how to get text from a window. Say for example I wanted to be able to send myself an instant message from another computer using AIM and read the actual IM window using C#. Finding the title of the window with my screen name in it and getting the text from the actual IM window.

Can someone point me to the right direction please?






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