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aleph01

Can Autoit manipulate SQL or just arrays created by Autoit?  If so, are there any special considerations when doing so?

Thanks,

_aleph_


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water

Can you please be a bit more specific? SQL is the Structured Query Language. Which DATABASE (MySQL, MS SQL Server, Oracle ...) do you want to manipulate?


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aleph01

Probably MySQL, but possibly MS SQL.  I don't know the details of the project I'm looking at taking on just yet.


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water

AutoIt can "talk" to any database you can connect to using ADO.

There are many examples on the forum how to do so.

What have you tried so far?


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SecretLanguage

hope not to invite great conversation,

but if array = Noun;Verb

and

#define ARRAY(type, name, size, initializer) type name[size];
for (int j = 0; j < size; j++) name[j] = initializer

would one use specific operator to display characters of ARRAY to the display as Binary numbers

instead of ANSI:;Unicode or utf -8?

Example use during encryption or hide mode ()Password


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kylomas

It is hard to follow what you are asking and the example code you posted is not AutoIT.  Are you looiking for something like this?

;
#include <array.au3>
;

local $array[15]

for $1 = 0 to ubound($array) -1
    $array[$1] = stringtobinary(Random(100,1000,1))
Next

_arraydisplay($array)

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SecretLanguage

yes,

as long as you follow the syntax of autoit

arrays should be interpreted ='ly


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kylomas

arrays should be interpreted ='ly

 

What does this mean? (I know that "='ly" is geek speak for equaly)


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SecretLanguage

no: I'm not going to mask geek speak for you

but i was simply saying codec priorities would be selected by user or proprietary software


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kylomas

SecretLanguage,

In the future you should start a new topic rather than highjacking another's thread.

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SecretLanguage

no":problem

Just did not want to spam


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