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I'm writing a script that will paste the Windows clipboard into a Windows MS-DOS window created by NTVDM.EXE. The function on this page returns a list of all window names that have been created by NTVDM.EXE (or any other process, of course):

My question is this: How can I determine whether the currently active window (which might have a name like TPASCAL.EXE or any other name of a DOS program) is in the list of windows returned by that function?

Thanks for any help.

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This may give you the basic structure

Global $hCriteria[3]=[2,'chrome','notepad']

$sWins=WinList()
If Not IsArray($sWins) Then Exit -1
For $i=1 To $sWins[0][0]
For $x=1 To $hCriteria[0]
If StringInStr($sWins[$i][0],$hCriteria[$x],2) Then WinActivate($sWins[$i][1])
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