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  1. I'm writing code to manage print jobs. The on-line searches I did showed different ways of calling a print job method. I see these ways of calling print job methods: $oPrintjob.Delete_ (Method name followed by underline) $oPrintJob.Resume() (Method name followed by open/closed parens) $oPrintJob.Status (Method name followed by nothing at all)I don't understand syntax where the method name is followed by an underline. When is it correct to use the method name followed by an underline vs the open/closed parens vs nothing at all?
  2. Hello AutoIt Forum, I am in need of some help working with an API using COM. I have been trying to figure this out for over a week, and have come to the conclusion that after much research, this is outside of my ability. Scenario; Software interfacing with is Tekla Structures. I have been using this application for about 10 years for engineering and construction solutions. I know it well, and recently (past few years) started using the API with Autoit. The API (Tekla Open API) is developed on the .NET framework and well documented. The API also fully supports COM technology, though the
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