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  1. in msdn :https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa384045(v=vs.85).aspx it says: I want to how how can i get the Return value (S_OK or error value ) here is my codes as follow: Local $post_data = '123' Local $post_url = 'http://127.0.0.1/test.php' Local $oHTTP = ObjCreate("WinHttp.WinHttpRequest.5.1") $oHTTP.Open("POST", $post_url, True) Local $Return_Value = $oHTTP.Send($post_data) $oHTTP.WaitForResponse(-1) Local $res = $oHTTP.responsetext MsgBox(0,'$Return_Value'
  2. I have a compiled script :-timeStampSecs.exe which returns timestamp in seconds. I call it in FileWrite to write the time stamp in a text file.But it writes some other values instead of the timestamp. Please help. thanks olmar The script is below:- $kNum=run("timeStampSecs.exe","",1); also tried with flags 2,4,8,10 $hFile=FileOpen("timeStamp.txt",2) FileWrite($hFile,"the key is: "&$kNum) FileClose("$hFile") ;Code of thetimeStampSecs.exe:- ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
  3. Hello guy got some trouble in this easy script Case $BoutonWhrite1 $Case1 = MsgBox (4,"Are you sure ?" ,"Reg key gonna be changed." ) While 1 If $Case1 = "No" Then ConsoleWrite(">Case -1 Started" & @CRLF) ExitLoop EndIf $InputType = InputBox ("Value Type ?", 'Type of key to write: "REG_SZ", "REG_MULTI_SZ", "REG_EXPAND_SZ", "REG_DWORD", "REG_QWORD", or "REG_BINARY".' ) ;~ RegWrite (""
  4. I got this code which copies some files in my network to pcs with open office. Really useful if you got lots of pc's. How would I "display" a message that the file was copied successfully ? A bit lost since I use a case here. I know i could call the filecopy in a variable but since I verify if the os is windows 7, xp or 2k thats where I get lost a bit. like this but its not enough since i don't have my os verification going on : $variable = FileCopy ( $CompletePath & "mission" & $NextMis & ".mis", $CompletePath & "currentmis.mis",1 ) If $variable = 1 then ;Do something
  5. Just a quickie, I need some ideas in regards to returning a value once Chrome has finished loading a page. I know there is no Chrome UDF [ shame ] I will be launching the pages using the quick and dirty method of calling chrome with a web page after it: chrome www.webpage.com There is the WinWaitActive function but was wondering if anyone has managed to code a better method or do you think this is best way to approach it ? FYI the majority of the time the web page opening will be from the local LAN. Thanking you in advance.
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