I am going through the AutoIt Wiki and soaking up a lot of great information. On the “Best Coding Practices” page at https://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/Best_coding_practices#Scopes_of_Variables there seems to be a minor detail missing. In the “Variable Initialization” section at https://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/Best_coding_practices#Variable_Initialization , there are references to a data type $o, but in the table listing prefixes and their data types, there does not appear to be a prefix “o”. I assume that this is for Object?
I got a questions, I maintain code in autoIT and every time I compile a new version or modification, Scite generate 2 folders. One folder is finish by released and the other is tentative. I try to make some google search, but never find answer would satisfied myself. The dev who was maintain it before were using AutoIt3Wrapper_GUI, and I don't know if it's related. I look both folder, but they seem pretty identical, but I would like to know what it's the difference between those to folder. Anyone have a clue?
I don't have any experience compiling AutoIt scripts or know of any best practices regarding said scripts so I was wondering, what are some of the options for passing data to complied scripts? Here's an example of what I mean by "option": Writing data to a text file, then running a script which reads the data from that text file.
I apologize if this topic is a little lackluster
I have this code
It gets variable input from GUI to run a loop and write to a text file then copy it to the clipboard
But the thing is code runs normally with $px and $py <100 or both > 100 or with $px <10 and $py>100 but It's wrong with 10<$px <100 and $py >100
Can anyone tell me why?
Func clone() Local $px = GUICtrlRead($input1) Local $py = GUICtrlRead($input2) Local $temp = "C:\temp.csv" FileDelete($temp) While $px <= $py Local $name = "P"&$px FileWrite($temp, " & $name & ""& @CRLF) $px+= 1 WEnd $a=FileRead($temp) ClipPut($a) MsgBox($MB_ICONINFORMATION,"","Copied to Clipboard") EndFunc