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using c++ within Autoit

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Hey, im just wondering if it's possible to use c++ code within a autoit application. If so, how? :)

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Ward made an to use C within but not C++.

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So you dont think there is a way to do this with c++ instead?

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Create a C++ dll and call it.

You mean like: Autoit -> Call dll -> dll executes some c++ code?

Then I guess the c++ code can't interfere with the autoit GUI?

The thing is, im making a autoit application with a GUI, and I would like some c++ code to execute when a user clicks at some button withing the autoit application..

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What is the c++ code doing? Is is something that cannot be accomplished natively with AutoIt?


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You mean like: Autoit -> Call dll -> dll executes some c++ code?

Then I guess the c++ code can't interfere with the autoit GUI?

The thing is, im making a autoit application with a GUI, and I would like some c++ code to execute when a user clicks at some button withing the autoit application..

User clicks button

Dll is Called

C++ code is ran

I don't see the problem.


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User clicks button

Dll is Called

C++ code is ran

I don't see the problem.

That would be cheating. Too easy. :)

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