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can someone help me out on DllCall...

such as wat dll are you supposed to call?

and the fucntion you want it to perform is that just any function that you would do normally in autoit.


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Well for starters.. what do you want to do? Why are you asking this question?

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

for seconds DllCall Has to do with win32 Api(Application programming interface) witch has nothing and everything to do with Autoit...

ok Search win32 API

u will either come accross C family.. or VB that explains api functions a bit

but if u go to msdn with a particular function name u will find a whole slew of info about it and other interest functions Mostly written in C :dance:

the name of the dll in vb is this part LIB "User32.dll" or w/e dll it is the name of the function and its parameters

do a lil research on structures and dllCreateStruct and read the DllCall Section @ developers.

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can someone help me out on DllCall...

such as wat dll are you supposed to call?

and the fucntion you want it to perform is that just any function that you would do normally in autoit.

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search the forums for dllcall and read the code. I will give you a first idea.

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Kurt


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