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hello guys,

since few days m havin trouble with iniread function of autoit, cant say a trouble actually its more like trying to find a way out . I hav a GUI window with input box for entering paths of the folder to run. I am writing the input file to an ini file and storing it for later use. Now the trouble is when m trying to read from ini m geting the path without double quote(note that my values a stored without quotes in ini). 

I want to store the file path to a variable but without double quotes the path is of no use to me. Can anyone help me with this problem?? Even concatenating quotes to the file path will do but howw???

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@kishannepal - Even though this is a relatively simple question, it helps to supply some code, so that we don't misunderstand what you want, especially if English is not your everyday language.

As for including double quotes in your programming, you surround them with single quotes, as exampled above.

This is especially so if you use a string that contains a double quote - i.e.  'It was 10" long'

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