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DomovoiButler

can anyone tell me where is the c++ code for the DllCall function of autoit?cant find it in the source code

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Melba23

DomovoiButler,

Welcome to the AutoIt forum. :)

The source code for AutoIt has not been open source for many years. The last open source version can be downloaded here. I have no idea whether DLLCall was included in that version - look in the Change Log to find out. ;)

M23


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BrewManNH

If you have the file autoit-v3.1.0-src.exe, then you also have the README.txt file that is in it. In there, you should have noticed this section at the top of the readme.

NOTE: For obvious reasons this archive doesn't contain all the new features in the current

version of AutoIt. The code for these features may be made available at a later date.

Excluded features are:

- GUI

- DllCall

- ControlListView

- InetGet

It appears that it's not included.


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DomovoiButler

aw, i thought so...

well, cant blame autoit for make it close source

i guess i just have to ask my problem here then...

I've been looking for hours on how to use autoit.dll on my c++ project(it is allowed right?). first off i do LoadLibrary then used GetProcAddress for the function

im using AU3_Run for testing porpuses, is this right for the Run typedef? typedef long(CALLBACK* RUN)(LPCWSTR,LPCWSTR,long);

i just started c++ coding this month, and i only know the basics, just forcing myself to the limits to learn new stuff

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