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erezlevi

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erezlevi

hi,

can someone help me traslate this VB to AutoIt I tried more then 3 hours and nothing happens:

VB code:

set inter = WScript.CreateObject("InterExe.Interface")
WScript.ConnectObject inter,"inter_"

inter.Initialize(0)
Dim status
status = true

Do While status 
    WScript.Sleep 100
Loop
inter.Terminate

Sub inter_InterData(data)
    MsgBox "new data=" & data
End Sub
 

AutoIt Code (not working)

[code]


$oInter = ObjCreate("InterExe.Interface")
ObjEvent($oInter, "inter_", "InterData")
$oInter.Initialize(0)

While 1
    Sleep(50)
WEnd
$oInter.Terminate("all")

Func inter_InterData()
    MsgBox(0, " a function was called!", "")
EndFunc   ;==>moshe

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DaleHohm

Your code looks good.

First confirm that the VB code works.

Next, check to insure that $oInter gets instantiated with isObj()

Next, create a generic event routine that will be triggered by all events, not just the one you have here:

Func inter_($data)
    MsgBox(0, " a function was called with this data: " & $data, "")
EndFunc

Dale


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Reproducer: a small (the smallest?) piece of stand-alone code that demonstrates your trouble

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