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This is an example of a simple login script. I'm pretty sure it has a few bugs. But, dont flame me if its bad, because, I'm a newb. Hopefully, someone will fix this script and make a desent script out of it.

Global $username
Global $password
Global $muahahaha = InputBox( "username", "What is your username?", "", "")
Global $passwd = InputBox("password", "Enter your password.", "", "*")

; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
;
; AutoIt Version: 3.1.0
; Author:        Sarkar112 <sarkar112@gmail.com/sarkar112@walla.com>
;
; Script Function:
;   To Learn From (A simple login example, Creates an inputbox that asks for ;username and password, If username and password is correct creates msgbox, if;incorrect, exits script)
; ----------------------------------------------------------------------------

_Login($muahahaha,$passwd)

Func _Login ($username,$password)
    If $username = "username" Then  
      If $password = "secret" Then
      MsgBox ( 1, "Correct", "Click OK to exit this script")
      Else
      MsgBox ( 1, "wrong", "Click OK to Exit this script")
      EndIf 
      EndIf
EndFunc

BTW: Can someone edit this and please make it bug-free. DO NOT FLAME ME!

EDIT: I forgot the inputbox =_=

EDIT2: Alot of errors fixed.

EDIT3: Script tested and two/three bugs fixed.

Edited by sarkar112
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Lar..... Did you make the flame and subsequent comment go away?

You are so kind. :-)

I was composing a reply to sarkar112, but could not decide if the original post was serious, so I went off to read all of sarkar112's other posts to "know my audience" and when I came back - well... things were different. :)

.....thanks.....

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So you *were* serious.

Does the code below do what you had in mind?

; --------------------------------------------------
;
; Script Function:
;    To Learn From A simple login example,
;    Creates an inputbox that asks for
;    username and password.
;    If username and password is correct
;    creates msgbox;
;    if, incorrect, exits script.
;
; --------------------------------------------------


$username = InputBox( "username", "What is your username?", "", "")
$password = InputBox("password", "Enter your password.", "", "*")

_Login()

Func _Login()
    If $username <> "username" Then Exit
    If $password <> "secret" Then Exit
    MsgBox(1, "Correct", "Click OK to exit this script")
EndFunc
Edited by herewasplato

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So you *were* serious.

Does the code below do what you had in mind?

; --------------------------------------------------
;
; Script Function:
;   To Learn From A simple login example,
;   Creates an inputbox that asks for
;   username and password.
;   If username and password is correct
;   creates msgbox;
;   if, incorrect, exits script.
;
; --------------------------------------------------
$username = InputBox( "username", "What is your username?", "", "")
$password = InputBox("password", "Enter your password.", "", "*")

_Login()

Func _Login()
    If $username <> "username" Then Exit
    If $password <> "secret" Then Exit
    MsgBox(1, "Correct", "Click OK to exit this script")
EndFunc

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I think... Its pretty much the same thing but shorter and easyer to understand.
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I think... Its pretty much the same thing but shorter and easyer to understand.

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Your description said, "if, incorrect, exits script" so I removed this

MsgBox ( 1, "wrong", "Click OK to Exit this script")

Is that what you intended or did you want a msgbox and then exit?

I did not change the flag of the msgbox from 1 to 0... perhaps you should change that. If you are not going to do anything with the cancel button, then I would not show it to the user.

Hope you had fun...

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