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How to create dlls

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Hey all.

Im sure it was discussed before, but I can’t seem to find any tutorial on how to create a Dlls for VB. I have Autoit v3, can someone give me a hint please.


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Hints:

1. You posted in the wrong forum.

2. Autoit is not capable of creating dlls for itself.


Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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I posted it to AautoitX forum, where do I have to post it? Also I said not for “itself” but for VB.

Hints:

1. You posted in the wrong forum.

2. Autoit is not capable of creating dlls for itself.


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I posted it to AautoitX forum, where do I have to post it? Also I said not for “itself” but for VB.

Why do you want to create a DLL when AutoItX3.dll is already there? Edited by Jos

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Why do you want to create a DLL when AutoItX3.dll is already there?

Perhaps the user is thinking you can create DLLs using AutoIt for use in VB? Like calling custom written AutoIt code via DLL/COM instead of just making AutoIt function/API calls using AutoItX COM object/DLL.

To the poster: AutoIt scripts can only be compiled into binaries, not DLLs. But you can call AutoIt functions via AutoItX COM API calls. There are some samples included with the installation.

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But there are some functions were not in AutoITX. E.g : Msgbox, StringInStr,...

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But there are some functions were not in AutoITX. E.g : Msgbox, StringInStr,...

For these you have to us the equivalent native VB functions.

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