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Local $mouseclick = MouseClick("left", $coord[0], $coord[1]) Sleep(3000)

I'm trying to make the function $mouseclick do two things, is that possible?

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No it's not possible.


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what 2 things? Are you trying to use a single command once and click twice at different locations at different times?

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what 2 things? Are you trying to use a single command once and click twice at different locations at different times?

No I'm trying to make it so when I use $mouseclick, it clicks at a certain position and then sleeps, without having two define two functions

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So put (MouseClick or ControlClick) and Sleep in one function. Like this:

Func Clicker()
 MouseClick(...)
 Sleep(...)
EndFunc

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So put (MouseClick or ControlClick) and Sleep in one function. Like this:

Func Clicker()
MouseClick(...)
Sleep(...)
EndFunc

oh so it is possible, how do I use it with an if/then statement? $Clicker?

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I don't know.


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What do you mean by "If/then statement"?

The two statements have been packed together into one function. You call the function using the name of the function ("Clicker" in this case).

"$Clicker" usually is the name of a variable.

So what do you want to do?


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What do you mean by "If/then statement"?

The two statements have been packed together into one function. You call the function using the name of the function ("Clicker" in this case).

"$Clicker" usually is the name of a variable.

So what do you want to do?

I was just wondering for future use.

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you are confusing a variable name like $var with a function name like myfunc()

Hope that helps you clear up the confusion

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Combining statements in a function is a basic concept of every program language.

I suggest you start to learn AutoIt from scratch so you know how to use this language and write good scripts.

One place to start is "Autoit 1-2-3" (you can find the link in danwilli's signature) or the AutoIt wiki.


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