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hello all, and welcome to this tool the NB-Password_generator is a small tool which allow you to create a strong passwords with this tool you can create a random passwords using : 1. capital letters 2. small letters 3. numbers 4. symbols be sure that you can check any option that you want and uncheck what you don't want to use this tool allow you to create a password from 6 letters to 150 lettersNB-Password_generator.zip at the end please accept my greetings am waiting for your commants
If I am using a RunWait command to launch a batch file from within an AutoIt script, how can I pass a variable to said batch file so that the batch file can utilize said variable like in a %var% format? Thank you in advance.
For some reason what seems like a simple function has gone over my head as to why this doesn't work, so there must be some simple concept here I'm completely missing. I have a 2d array full of values from a csv file and I know that row 1,2 has nothing important, but column 3 has all the classes from the CSV So $twoDarray[*one through six] = 1. Name 2. Location 3. host ..etc So I should be able to pass all rows of column 3 by strconvert($twoDarray). I've searched the forums but I could not find the solution to this probably simple problem. Dim $oneDarray $oneDarray=StringSplit($Rawfile, @CRLF, 1) $columnsCounter = stringsplit($oneDarray,",") Dim $twoDarray[$oneDarray + 1][$columnsCounter + 1] For $x = 1 to ($oneDarray) $oneRow = stringsplit($oneDarray[$x],",") For $y = 1 to ($oneRow) $twoDarray[$x][$y] = $oneRow[$y] Next Next strconvert($classes,$twoDarray) Log Output Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.: strconvert($classes,$twoDarray) strconvert($classes,^ ERROR Thanks, Bob