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  1. Hello, dear. I am a newbie in autoit language I don't master any other programming language. I also don't understand how to manage the DLL files In addition to all this I am blind, and as we all know the explanations provided for the blind in programming are very few. So I'm trying to rely on myself for learning. I work hard to design some simple software and tools that make it easier to use computers, as they perform some tasks that may be difficult for the blind. I am also looking for the programs that the blind need and cannot use it because it's haven't the compatibility with
  2. Hi. While programming I often use ConsoleWrite() for debugging. If the script isn’t to big I often don’t do extra logging but let my ConsoleWrite()’s inside. Sometimes difficulties appear later when @compiled and weeks are gone. So my first thought often is let’s run the script and catch the console outs of my script. So I coded a console reader. There are two ways to start the buggy script. First via $cmdline send to the reader and second with drag’n’drop onto the readers gui. #include <AutoItConstants.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <EditConstant
  3. Hi guys! I've created this UDF to work with Nitgen fingerprint readers that use NGenBio SDK. I'm working with Hamster DX for testing purposes: So, the UDF still needs a lot of functionalities but what is already written is enough to do most of the tasks you would want to do with a fingerprint scanner (registering, authentication of a user, identification of a person among many users etc.). I've put it on GitHub because it will be constantly updated. Also, if you want to help, feel free to clone and send pull requests Examples: #include 'NGenBio.a
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