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(Resolved) - Launching an .exe

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sriKnight

Ok,

I know this is probably the most simple thing in AutoIT, however, I am unable to figure this out. I have read the help file and tried "umpteen" million different combinations of syntax for the comand.

The .exe I want to run is burried in the Program files (x86).

the full path is

C:\Program Files (x86)\CORRIDOR\Release\ST37.exe

Edited by sriKnight

No, I'm not a programer.Yes, I am a noob.You know what the difference is between you and me?I make this look good.

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stormbreaker

Run('C:Program Files (x86)CORRIDORReleaseST37.exe')


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:bye: Hey there, was I helpful?

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My Current OS: Win8 PRO (64-bit); Current AutoIt Version: v3.3.8.1

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sriKnight

The single quote is what I was missing. thank you very much


No, I'm not a programer.Yes, I am a noob.You know what the difference is between you and me?I make this look good.

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JLogan3o13

I'm surprised you never got that after '"umpteen" million different combinations of syntax' Posted Image

I was looking for a Youtube video with someone shouting LIAR!! lol Your approach was nicer than mine...


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sriKnight

well I didnt know to try that one from the help file. The scripts I write are pretty basic and I'm stepping out more nad more and getting more creative. But umpteen million might have been a stretch so we will say 10.


No, I'm not a programer.Yes, I am a noob.You know what the difference is between you and me?I make this look good.

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