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  1. Introduction Since the introduction of ObjCreateInterface, AutoIt is able to create native, real objects. However, this is quite difficult for non-experienced users. This UDF here enables a "classic" syntax for declaring classes and instantiating objects from them. Before you ask: No, it is not just another preprocessor that's "faking" OOP syntax - this is the real deal. While it assists users with a more familiar syntax, objects are created at runtime. Care has been put into this UDF and it is in the authors interest to fix all bugs remaining and implement features as long as the result works
  2. - _____ _____ _ _ - |_ _|___ ___ ___ _ _| __|___ ___|_|___| |_ - | | | -_| -_| | | |__ | _| _| | . | _| - |_| |___|___|_|_|_ |_____|___|_| |_| _|_| - By TarreTarreTarre|___|Build '1.0.0' |_| + F5 = Run script + F6 = Build 'AU3' + F7 = Build 'EXE' + F8 = Options GUI + F10 = Exit TeenyScript All example code and documentation moved to: http://teenyscript.tarre.nu/documentation Official Github repo: http://github.com/tarreislam/teenyscript F.A.Q Q: What is T
  3. I posted this the other day, but thought I would post in a separate topic instead. #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> ; ---- Start of Person Class ; Stored in the 'object' to verify it's our 'object' and not some random array Global Const $PERSON_GUID = '4197B285-6AB1-489B-8585-08C852E33F3D' ; Friendly names for 0, 1, 2 and 3 Global Enum $PERSON_AGE, $PERSON_NAME, $PERSON_ID, $PERSON_MAX ; Constructor Func Person($sName, $iAge) Local $hPerson[$PERSON_MAX] ; Set the GUID, so as the verification will work $hPerson[$PERSON_ID] = $PERSO
  4. Hi everybody! Here is my new super tool! It's an AutoItObject TCP Class! Very simple to use, with example and complet decumentation (Made with NaturalDocs) There are two classes: Client, and Server. - The data are encrypted! - The server can handle multiple clients - Data buffering, if you send a big amount of data, it will received as it was sent, not as many little parts of it - OOP programing! (very simple!) PS: You don't need to download AutoItObject, everything you need is in the zip. Update: 03/11/2011 +: Added, -: Deleted/Deprecated, *: Modified, !: Bug corrected === 1.1c ===
  5. I've been thinking about this for the last couple of weeks, and I've finally got around to putting together a proof of concept. As far as OOP goes, Javascript is a pretty damn good language -- very flexible, but lets look at some code. Here is a two button form for AutoIt written in Javascript. var $=this; var hgui; this.MsgHandler_=function (m){ if (m==$.AutoIt.GUI_EVENT_CLOSE) { $.AutoIt.GUIDelete(hgui); return true; }else if (m==button1) { $.AutoIt.Run("notepad.exe"); }else if (m==button2) { alert('Thanks from a javascript alert box!'); } return false; } var bu
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