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  1. A simple function to print a DllStruct on AutoIt. #include <StringConstants.au3> #include <Array.au3> Func DllStructPrint($str, $tag) Local $ret = "" If IsDllStruct($str) Then $tag = StringLower($tag) Local $arr1, $arr2 $arr1 = StringSplit($tag, ";", $STR_NOCOUNT) Local $aLabel[1] For $ii = 0 To UBound($arr1, 1) - 1 If Not ($arr1[$ii] = "struct") And Not ($arr1[$ii] = "endstruct") Then $arr2 = StringSplit($arr1[$ii], " ", $STR_NOCOUNT) If IsArray($arr2) Then _ArrayAdd($aLabel, $arr2[1])
  2. Hi - Currently I'm playing around with Windows Credential Manager. I'm trying to access it with DllCall("advapi32.dll", ...) using the functions 'CredWriteW', 'CredReadW' and 'CredDeleteW'. All well. Another function I have to deal with is 'CredEnumerateW': https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/api/wincred/nf-wincred-credenumeratew/ . That's the test code I have so far: #include <Array.au3> #include <String.au3> Local $tCredentialsCount = DllStructCreate("DWORD;") Local $tPointerToArrayOfPointers = DllStructCreate("PTR;") ; Loca
  3. Overview _Security__GetTokenInformation() returns a struct containing raw bytes that represents the requested token information. Take for example, if _Security__GetTokenInformation() called with $iClass parameter is set to $TokenUser, the function returns raw bytes that represents a TOKEN_USER struct, which is defined as follows: typedef struct _TOKEN_USER { SID_AND_ATTRIBUTES User; } TOKEN_USER, *PTOKEN_USER; Subsequently, the SID_AND_ATTRIBUTES struct is defined as follows: typedef struct _SID_AND_ATTRIBUTES {   PSID  Sid;   DWORD Attributes; }
  4. When the type of a registry value given by RegQueryValueEx() is REG_RESOURCE_LIST constant (i.e. 8), the data received in the lpData (out) parameter is a pointer to a variable of type CM_RESOURCE_LIST struct. According to MSDN, CM_RESOURCE_LIST struct is defined as follows: typedef struct _CM_RESOURCE_LIST { ULONG Count; CM_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR List[1]; } *PCM_RESOURCE_LIST, CM_RESOURCE_LIST; Additionally, CM_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR struct is defined as follows: typedef struct _CM_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR { INTERFACE_TYPE Interfa
  5. From the documentation of DllStructCreate(), it can be called using the following syntax: DllStructCreate(Struct, Pointer) Struct A string representing the structure to create (See Remarks). Pointer [optional] If supplied the struct will not allocate memory but use the pointer supplied. Would somebody here explain the usage of Pointer parameter clearly with some examples? Thank's in advance.
  6. In the code that follows, it appears that DllStructCreate() is not allocating memory in $tag = 'byte val['&$iLength&']' . . Static Local $tvalue = DllStructCreate($tag) Running the code below, the problem does not show, but it does show in a much longer script: there _GDIPlus_ImageSaveToFile only writes about 30K bytes when it should write about 1MB, which it does when the code is $tag = 'char val['&$iLength&']' . . Static Local $tvalue = DllStructCreate($tag) It should write about 1 MB. I suggest caution in running the
  7. Struggling a bit to get this GDI+ function converted to AutoIt. #include <GDIPlus.au3> _GDIPlus_Startup() Global $hImage = _GDIPlus_ImageLoadFromFile("F:\DCIM\Camera\20170515_111804.jpg") Global $tBufferSize = DllStructCreate("uint") Global $tProperties = DllStructCreate("uint") _GDIPlus_GetPropertySize($hImage, $tBufferSize, $tProperties) Global $tAllItems = DllStructCreate("struct;char[" & DllStructGetData($tBufferSize, 1) & "];endstruct") _GDIPlus_GetAllPropertyItems($hImage, $tBufferSize, $tProperties, $tProp
  8. I know you can store functions in variables but I'm interested in storing functions in structs. Global $tWindow = DllStructCreate("hwnd hwnd;ptr delete") $tWindow.hwnd = GUICreate("") ; works Global $pDelete = GUIDelete ; doesn't work $tWindow.delete = GUIDelete ConsoleWrite("Delete using $tWindow.delete: " & $tWindow.delete() & @LF) ConsoleWrite("Delete using $pDelete: " & $pDelete() & @LF) Maybe I'm using the wrong data type for my delete member, I've tried int, dword, ptr, handle, hwnd.
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