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I don't think so.

you can call dll's, but not compile them, I think.

Possible Workaround: Work with the parameters given to your script! Check them and run the requested function, eventually with parameters given.

Good luck, peethebee

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No, but you can call in AutoItX, which is a compiled dll that can be called from any language that has most if not all of the AutoIt functions. Incredibly nice in C. Note: if you use bloodshed to compile it, you need to convert the library file. Send me a message if you need instructions on that, i havent dont it in a while, so i'd have to go back and remember what i did.

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