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Miran

Compiled script input parameters\arguments

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Hi

I can't found out how to use input parameters\arguments in scripts compiled to exe.

For example I creating script that will open file using notepad and type something into it.

Now I wish be able to tell compiled script what file it should open and edit.

It's just example, I know same think may be done by direct file editing.

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Miran,

Welcome to the AutoIt forum. ;)

Look in the Help file under <Using AutoIt - Command Line Parameters> and you will see exactly how to do what you want using the $CmdLine array. :)

M23


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I can't found out how to use input parameters\arguments in scripts compiled to exe.

This one is kind of hard to find if you don't already know what to look for.

You will need to use $CmdLine. You can find it in the help file by going to AutoIt --> Using AutoIt --> Command Line Parameters

--- Edit ---

Looks like Melba23 types faster than I do. ;)

Edited by willichan

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Thank you

Exacly that I needed

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