Simulating the VK_RETURN key

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    Question Simulating the VK_RETURN key

    Hi!

    I'm programming a mouse and a keyboard in the WINAPI (win2k and .NET studio) for my console program. Whenever the user clicks with the left mouse button on specific x and y range something will happen. And I want that the keyboard and the mouse will work together. I do not know how to combine them (for the key being pressed and the mouse button being pressed there are two different switch sentence) so I think I found the solution. The solution is that I would simulate a VK_RETURN key. I was trying something with the keybd_event function but does not work.
    Code:
    keybd_event (VK_RETURN, 0, 0, 0);
    Anyone has a solution for this?
    Current projects:
    1) User Interface Development Kit (C++)
    2) HTML SDK (C++)
    3) Classes (C++)
    4) INI Editor (Delphi)

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    I found the problem. The problem was that the y-coordinate was wrong defined.
    Current projects:
    1) User Interface Development Kit (C++)
    2) HTML SDK (C++)
    3) Classes (C++)
    4) INI Editor (Delphi)

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