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General Advice for calling UDF(s) in VB.NET

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Hello,

I'm looking for some general advice for calling specific UDF(s) in VB.NET

Specifically the ImageSearch UDF - which has it's own .dll as well.

Any suggestions on how I would accomplish this? This branches out to other user defined functions as well.

I would appreciate any information you may have on this.

Thanks!

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The UDFs only work with AutoIt, not with VB.Net, you can't use UDFs with AutoItX.


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Your best bet for this is to create an autoit3 executable, and pass it

function parameters via commandline.

Of course you need to retrieve your return values, this could be done via writing to a file

amongst other ways, including some jiggery pokery to output it via exit code.


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Your best bet for this is to create an autoit3 executable, and pass it

function parameters via commandline.

Of course you need to retrieve your return values, this could be done via writing to a file

amongst other ways, including some jiggery pokery to output it via exit code.

When it comes to deployment of a project - it's hard to justify shipping it out with several .EXEs

That is the only reason there would be an issue with this method.

Autoit has some nice UDFs developed - sadly not easy to port all of them :(

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