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PavelTangail

Autoit to Visual Basic Script (VBS) is it possible ?

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Hi everyone,

Is it possibe to convert AutoIt to VBS ? i want to convert autoit to vbs because

i am not expert in autoit and mostly i like to use vbs on my project.

Is there any converter to do that ? please someone give me some suggestion to do that.

Thanks in advanced.

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AutoIt is more advanced as far as the funcionality is concerned than VBS is. Converting AutoIt script to VBS script is therefore often impossible due to missing funcionality on VBS side.

In short, sometimes that's possible mostly for very basic scripts, but usually isn't.

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Hi PavelTangail and welcome to the forum. I'm in no way as qualified to judge this as the previous poster, but if you are already familiar with VBS then AutoIt should be easy for you to learn. Unless I'm mistaken, there should be no need to convert AutoIt scripts.

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As a long time vbscripter, I would say AutoIt =>VBScript is like Mercedes to a Unicycle. I have yet to find anything in VBScript that I could not do with a lot more flexibility and ease in AutoIt.

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Thanks many many many to trancexx,czardas,JLogan3o13 bro.Yours reply and Those information's are very valuable and useful for me. I want to learn AutoIT but i feel bad for GUI. Anyway i thanks a lot for spending your valuable time to reply me.

For one more thing i need it that is i want to this code on my ams project. And ams is lua programming. And its support VBS using LUAcom. So i want to use au

toit scripts to vbs and then i wanted to use it on lua.

Anyway is there way to use autoit script on vb or others ?

Pavel

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Yes.

Edit: You deserver a vague answer for a vague question. How about an example of the script you're working with, instead of making us guess?

Edited by JLogan3o13

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