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Help with Alias

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Is there a way to give an alias to writeprocess memory like to call it maybe "test" or WriteProcessMemoryA i am not sure how to do this to change its name or to link it somehow? Thanks

$ACALL = DllCall("kernel32.dll", "int", "WriteProcessMemory"

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Unlikely!

What would be the purpose?


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no purpose really i saw that you can do it in vb6 easyly so i was wondering why AutoIT cant do it maybe something like

$ACALL = DllCall("kernel32.dll", "int", "WriteProcessMemory" alias bla bla but i am not an expert so dunno

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That's not aliasing, that's calling (invoking, or running, all the same) an external function in a DLL.

Hopefully, AutoIt can call functions in classical DLLs, precisely using DllCall. But it isn't possible in any language to change the name of an existing function, nor call it otherwise than by its actual name.

Your phrasing sounds a little bit like a malevolent intent to me.


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That's not aliasing, that's calling (invoking, or running, all the same) an external function in a DLL.

Hopefully, AutoIt can call functions in classical DLLs, precisely using DllCall. But it isn't possible in any language to change the name of an existing function, nor call it otherwise than by its actual name.

Your phrasing sounds a little bit like a malevolent intent to me.

Ahh yes i am not very good with enligsh i ment phrasing is it possible to phrase it if so how ? :-) Thank you

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You'll have to read the help file under DllCall to understand how calling external functions work. Look at the example there. Also read wikipedia in your language about dll and shared libraries to learn more.

But be aware that calling random functions without precise knowledge of what it does and why call it in the first place may have desastrous effects.

What do you want to do?


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