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Quick question CMD with parameters

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Hello,

I am new to AutoIT and would love some help if possible. Does anyone know the exact process to change a .vbs script into .exe with autoit?

I'm trying to do this function but having some bad luck with AutoIt.

So, here is my .vbs and would like to convert it to autoit. I used a converter but it fails as well.

Dim oShell

Set oShell = WScript.CreateObject ("WScript.Shell")

oShell.run "cmd /K test.vbs Import -l LM client.p12 test

Set oShell = nothing

I tried doing this with no success.

RunWait ( @ComSpec & ' /c "%c:\temp.test.vbs Import -l LM client.p12 test

"')

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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To convert from VBScript to AutoIt:

1. Learn AutoIt syntax.

2. Put $ in front of variable names to comply with AutoIt syntax.

3. Drop "Set" for the objects, that keyword is not in AutoIt syntax.

4. Put parens around method parameters like $oShell.run("..."), again to comply with AutoIt syntax.

5. Use constant 0 or "" vice keyword "nothing", which is not valid in AutoIt syntax.

For your RunWait() example, why is there a "%" in the parameter?

:mellow:


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To convert from VBScript to AutoIt:

1. Learn AutoIt syntax.

2. Put $ in front of variable names to comply with AutoIt syntax.

3. Drop "Set" for the objects, that keyword is not in AutoIt syntax.

4. Put parens around method parameters like $oShell.run("..."), again to comply with AutoIt syntax.

5. Use constant 0 or "" vice keyword "nothing", which is not valid in AutoIt syntax.

For your RunWait() example, why is there a "%" in the parameter?

:mellow:

Thanks! I got it working now.

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