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Autoit and Python TCP interaction

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Im not new to TCP but I was wondering if I can create a TCP server with python and use Autoit to connect to it.

I know that TCP is a standard of communication but do I have to add any other things I need to do or if I can just use the basic Autoit TCP options.

I only want to know this so I can incorporate my Raspberry Pi (runs Linux and not Autoit) into a remote shutdown project.

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi,

Welcome to the autoit forum :)

Yes you can, use one of the TCP client examples available in the forum.

Br, FireFox.


 

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