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  1. I want to present BETA Version of my ADO.au3 UDF. This is modifed version of _sql.au3 UDF. For that I want to thanks : ; Chris Lambert, eltorro, Elias Assad Neto, CarlH This is first public release , and still is as BETA DOWNLOAD LINK (in download section): Have fun, mLipok EDIT: 2016-06-03 Below some interesting topics about databases: EDIT 2016/07/04: For more info about ADO look here: https://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/ADO FOR EXAMPLE DATABASE use AdventureWorksDW2016_E
  2. Hi, About 25 years ago I used to use (Turbo) Pascal about the sameway I use AutoIt now. Building little tools to make life easier. I remember, Turbo Pascal had data records, you could use with arrays and if memory serve me, you could even save en read the records to/from a file. See example at: http://pascal-programming.info/lesson11.php A Record is a datastructure with some variables in it, making it easy to manipulate. You could send or return a record to/from a function, so you don't have to work with global variables when you have to return multiple variabeles. You could read a bunch of r
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