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Read user input from command prompt with time limit

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

I've tried to achieve above-mentioned with code from but stumbled upon problems that I mentioned here '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>>

So, has anyone done this? I mean, prompt user for input (like "Please enter your name:"), wait for some time, and move along when there is no input.

And yes, it's a console application.

BTW, it seems very strange that AutoIt has so many advanced functions, but it lacks simple way to read user input from command prompt.

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You mention you already have a thread going on this subject, and even link to it. So what is the sense in opening a second thread on the same subject? :blink:


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

@FireFox

Thank you very much, seems to be what I need. I'll report back if I can make it work the way I want.

@JLogan3o13

Well, it's not the same subject anymore. I started previous thread thinking that I have problems with timerdiff in while loop, and it turned out to be something completely different.

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