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How to take screenshot in Windows?

How to take screenshot in Windows?

(OP)
Hi,

Could someone provide me an example to show how to take screenshot in Windows? Not widget screenshot.

Thanks in advance.

 

RE: How to take screenshot in Windows?

you can use print screen button and paste in paint right ?

RE: How to take screenshot in Windows?

(OP)
But I want to do this in tcl script.

RE: How to take screenshot in Windows?

I found this:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7324902/c-code-to-mimic-keyboard-commands
It won't specifically answer your post here, but may offer leads on what you're after.  My C++ is pretty weak so I can't offer much on the way of explanation.  I have on occasion used code to write a micro-size batch files and executed them. (eg. generate a tmp.vbs file and then call that through a system call) - There may be a Windows API that can mimic the ^PrtSc or Alt-PrtSc keyboard interrupt sequence.  *IF* that works, then getting your image out of the copy buffer would be the next hurtle.

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