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trying to get autoit to run this when exe is double clicked:

Func emptyrecyclebin()
FileRecycleEmpty("C:")
EndFunc
 
thats it. just every time the exe is opened to perform that 1 action.... any ideas?

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mikell

So just make a script with only this line 'FileRecycleEmpty("C:")' inside and compile it ... where is the problem ?

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mrflibblehat

Remember to call the function,

No point in having an exe with a function that is not being called.


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water

No need for a function. The one-liner proposed by mikell is enough :)


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mikell

mrflibblehat,

FileRecycleEmpty() *is* a function and writing it like this, I do call it
And... please grant me that I tested the answer before posting :)

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mrflibblehat

mrflibblehat,

FileRecycleEmpty() *is* a function and writing it like this, I do call it

And... please grant me that I tested the answer before posting :)

 

Oh it wasn't a dig, I know your code would work and you are right.

I was just informing the user that in general if you make a function you need to call it

Edited by mrflibblehat

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mikell

Oh sorry, I wrongly thought that the comment was for me ^_^

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