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kaplandeveloper

I am trying to use IE.au include within my vb code and don't know how. I have successfully referenced AutoItX3Lib and can use functions found within but when I try to access function _IEGetObjByName, I cannot. Any ideas?

Dim objAutoIt = New AutoItX3

objAutoIt.Send("<my text>")

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PsaltyDS

I don't think you can get there from here. You would have to translate IE.au3 into a new collection of VBScript "Sub" subroutines. Same for any other UDFs.

:idea:


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kaplandeveloper

I don't think you can get there from here. You would have to translate IE.au3 into a new collection of VBScript "Sub" subroutines. Same for any other UDFs.

:idea:

Do you know of any examples that have translated any UDF into a new collection of VBScript?

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PsaltyDS

Do you know of any examples that have translated any UDF into a new collection of VBScript?

Nope, and the phenomenal effort and pain involved in doing it would make me just use AutoIt anyway.

In addition, many UDFs depend on AutoIt's ability create/use C-type structs and make DLL calls. I don't know how you would translate those to VBScript at all.

:idea:


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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