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vbhimal, February 24, 2012 in AutoIt General Help and Support
also scripting for this Autoit is 'Perl' right ??
#AutoIt3Wrapper_usex64=n means that the script will be run/compiled for X86 (32 bit). X64 is 64 bit.
My UDFs and Tutorials:
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No. AutoIt IS a scripting language. AutoIt itself is written in C++ (IIRC)
Did you mean is the AutoIt syntax like Perl?
Lets not beat around the bush here, please rephrase your question (if you have one) or is your question in the title? And I think you first need to understand how to ask questions properly in the AutoIt or at all.
#AutoIt3Wrapper_usex64=Y - Use the 64-bit version of AutoIt if using a 64-bit OS.#AutoIt3Wrapper_usex64=N - Use the 32-bit version of AutoIt regardless of using a 64-bit OS.
#AutoIt3Wrapper_usex64=Y - Use the 64-bit version of AutoIt if using a 64-bit OS.
#AutoIt3Wrapper_usex64=N - Use the 32-bit version of AutoIt regardless of using a 64-bit OS.
-- > Meaning scripting language which is used for Autoit is 'Perl' ?
Auto it is written in C++ , that is fine.. but my question is that , code which we write on the Autoit is what ? does it belog to perl or any other language ?
I am new to this AutoIT tool. I want to open the excel file and make some operations using AutoIT. Now my question is which scripting language should I write in AutoIT to open the execel file or note pad. ? (Yea .. kind of AutoIT syntax)
To work with AutoIt and Excel you should use the Excel UDF (User Defined Functions).
Open the help file -> User Defined Functions Reference -> Excel Management
It is a Basic-like scripting language. Check this.
This is what I am expecting... Yea.. got it. Thanks a ton !!
Does AutoIT have debugging feature ? . I want to see step by setp by execution. Can I see do that using AutoIT
There is a graphical debugger script somewhere in the Examples section but I have never used it. Most of us use a combination of MsgBox and ConsoleWrite to debug our code. You can also use Opt("TrayIconDebug", 1) which gives the currently active line in a tooltip fron the tray icon - very handy if the script appears to hang. If you have the full SciTE4AutoIt3 editor package (download it from here) you can use the #AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_Debug_Mode directive and get all the code lines written to the SciTE console - you can turn it on/off so that only certain parts are debugged.
I hope that helps.
Any of my own code posted anywhere on the forum is available for use by others without any restriction of any kind._______My UDFs:
ArrayMultiColSort ---- Sort arrays on multiple columnsChooseFileFolder ---- Single and multiple selections from specified path treeview listingDate_Time_Convert -- Easily convert date/time formats, including the language usedExtMsgBox --------- A highly customisable replacement for MsgBoxGUIExtender -------- Extend and retract multiple sections within a GUIGUIFrame ---------- Subdivide GUIs into many adjustable framesGUIListViewEx ------- Insert, delete, move, drag, sort, edit and colour ListView itemsGUITreeViewEx ------ Check/clear parent and child checkboxes in a TreeViewMarquee ----------- Scrolling tickertape GUIsNoFocusLines ------- Remove the dotted focus lines from buttons, sliders, radios and checkboxesNotify ------------- Small notifications on the edge of the displayScrollbars ----------Automatically sized scrollbars with a single commandStringSize ---------- Automatically size controls to fit textToast -------------- Small GUIs which pop out of the notification area
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