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Back to the performance thing. Eukalyptus discovered that the For/Next loop is slower in the beta version. I changed almost all for/next loops from the benchmark in post #64 and can confirm that with do/until loop nearly both versions are at same speed.

 

Here a short test. Beta is approx. 25% slower on my system:

$j = 0
$iMax = 50000000
$t = TimerInit()
For $i = 0 To $iMax
    $j += 1
Next
$fEnd = TimerDiff($t) / 1000
ConsoleWrite(StringFormat("%.2f seconds.", $fEnd) & @LF)
Here my results:

3.3.8.1: 10.85 seconds.

3.3.9.13: 13.17 seconds.

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Hi,

My results from testing that script:

3.3.8.1 => ~20 sec

3.3.9.4 => ~18 sec

3.3.9.13 => ~25 sec

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My results :


3.3.8.1 => 8.54 sec
3.3.9.13 => 10.98 sec


 

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 Incorrect,

Actually the number 2 + 3 (5) will be converted to a string for the comparison.

That's because of == operator:

 

I agree with you - Jaberwocky6669 was >confusing me. Somebody once described this operator to me as matching exact equal values and I presumed case sensitivity to just be one of many applications.

This operator should only be used for string comparisons that need to be case sensitive.

 

Why?

;

ConsoleWrite ((.999999999999999999999 == 1.00000000000000000001) & @LF) ; True
ConsoleWrite ((.999999999999999999999  = 1.00000000000000000001) & @LF) ; True

;

I realise I was wrong about how the case statement comparison is made, although I did say I imagine how it might work - and we are compairing strings with numbers. Because AutoIt is closed source I don't know exactly how Case statements work - there could be exceptions or special matching criteria I am not aware of. Thanks for correcting me all the same. :)

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I agree with you - Jaberwocky6669 was >confusing me. Somebody once described this operator to me as matching exact equal values and I presumed case sensitivity to just be one of many applications.

 

Why?

;

ConsoleWrite ((.999999999999999999999 == 1.00000000000000000001) & @LF) ; True
ConsoleWrite ((.999999999999999999999  = 1.00000000000000000001) & @LF) ; True

;

I realise I was wrong about how the case statement comparison is made, although I did say I imagine how it might work - and we are compairing strings with numbers. Because AutoIt is closed source I don't know exactly how Case statements work - there could be exceptions or special matching criteria I am not aware of. Thanks for correcting me all the same. :)

Put .999999999999999999999  in a calculator press = it became in 1. both  .999999999999999999999 and 1.00000000000000000001 are 1.

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For IEEE754, the closest you can get to 1.0 without actually being 1.0 would be all the bits set in the mantissa and the exponent being -1. That would mean about 

0.9999999999999997... for a double. Anything greater than that (but less than 1) is rounded to 1.0 by the floating point processor.

You might get a little bit more as most computers nowadays use 80bit floats (double extended precision).

Just thought you might be interested.

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Why I am getting below error whenever I try to compile the script in Scite?

 

Error: Unable to add resources.

C:Users****AppDataLocalTemp~AU3rlgeppu.exe

I am running Scite as "Run as administrator" mode.

AutoIt: 3.3.9.13

OS: Win 8 x64


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Wait, temp file is in %temp% again? I thought Jon has cahnged that. :

Do you perhaps have temp directory Digisoul opened with explorer during compilation?

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@czardas:

Because it's documented in this way:

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/intro/lang_operators.htm

 

Ah well, I'm not sure I entirely trust the documentation. The above example I posted doesn't balk at all. It works like a charm, making correct comparisons, and therefore it's a nice and flexible catch-all operator. If type coersion was not at play, then I would agree with you.

It seems we've veered away from the topic with this.

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Actually having a case sensitive comparison makes it inflexible, not flexible.

Your example worked because it was comparing the strings as numbers, it's one of the idiosyncrasies of having variants.


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Case sensitivity isn't the issue. It has the same flexibility as the standard equals operator in the following way: It is flexible because you don't need to test the data type in order to know which operator to use to make a comparison.  That saves a lot of code.

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You don't need to test the data type with = either, so I'm not getting your point.


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Do you perhaps have temp directory Digisoul opened with explorer during compilation?

No symptoms like this, just error, but with 3.3.8.1 everything is fine. 


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Why I am getting below error whenever I try to compile the script in Scite?

I am running Scite as "Run as administrator" mode.

AutoIt: 3.3.9.13

OS: Win 8 x64

 

Wait, temp file is in %temp% again? I thought Jon has cahnged that. :

Do you perhaps have temp directory Digisoul opened with explorer during compilation?

 

AutoIt3Wrapper still uses %temp% by default. The beta has my patch where you can set the temp dir yourself. I don't know why your resource update is failing, but that's why the temp file is in %temp%.

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Looks to me like an AUT2EXE error, not the AutoIt3Wrapper error.

Scratch that ... the error is AUT2EXE but indeed Autoit3Wrapper could have give the target EXE in on the commandline.

Jos

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AutoIt3Wrapper still uses %temp% by default. The beta has my patch where you can set the temp dir yourself. I don't know why your resource update is failing, but that's why the temp file is in %temp%.

Can you please point the directions to set the temp path ?


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Can you please point the directions to set the temp path ?

Are you using the latest Beta version available of Autoit3Wrapper?

Add the following to AutoIt3Wrapper.ini in the AutoIt3Wrapper directory.

 

[Other]
TempDir=%USERPROFILE%
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Are you using the latest Beta version available of Autoit3Wrapper?

Thanks, I was using old version of Autoit3Wrapper, because I did not faced such issue in 3.3.9.12 Beta.

Even after updating the new version from "beta_SciTE4AutoIt3" link, still getting the error, console showed:

!> Aut2exe.exe ended errors because the target exe wasn't created, abandon build. (C:\Users\***\AppData\Local\Temp\~AU3lobqafz.exe)rc:9999

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