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How to execute() multiple lines at once?

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IIRC it was done by adding the return codes of the lines:

$iResult = (line 1) + (line 2) + (line 3)

But it might depend on the code you try to execute.


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It is possible.

 

Example by Mars (26 lines of code):

Global $n = 20, $a = 'int', $m = @OSBuild, $x = DllStructCreate, $y = DllCall, $z = DllStructSetData, $t = Opt('GUIOnEventMode', 1), $b = 'handle', $1 = $x('uint Version;ptr Callback;bool NoThread;bool NoCodecs'), $2 = $x('ulong_ptr Data'), $t = $z($1, 'Version', 1), $3 = DllOpen(($m > 4999 And $m < 7600) ? @WindowsDir & '\winsxs\x86_microsoft.windows.gdiplus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.1.6000.16386_none_8df21b8362744ace\gdiplus.dll' : 'gdiplus.dll'), $t = $y($3, $a, 'GdiplusStartup', 'struct*', $2, 'struct*', $1, 'ptr', 0), $4 = DllStructGetData($2, 'Data'), $g = GUICreate('Fliegende Rechtecke (06.05.2014 Mars)', 512, 512), $d = $y('user32.dll', $b, 'GetDC', 'hwnd', $g)[0], $5 = 'GDI32.DLL', $6 = $y($5, $b, 'CreateCompatibleDC', $b, 0)[0], $7 = $x('struct;dword biSize;long biWidth;long biHeight;word biPlanes;word biBitCount;dword biCompression;dword biSizeImage;long biXPelsPerMeter;long biYPelsPerMeter;dword biClrUsed;dword biClrImportant;endstruct;dword biRGBQuad[1]'), $t = $z($7, 'biSize', 40) + $z($7, 'biWidth', 512) + $z($7, 'biHeight', -512) + $z($7, 'biPlanes', 1) + $z($7, 'biBitCount', 32), $p = DllStructGetPtr, $v = $y($5, 'ptr', 'CreateDIBSection', 'hwnd', 0, 'ptr', $p($7), 'uint', 0, 'ptr*', 0, 'ptr', 0, 'uint', 0)[0], $t = $y($5, $b, 'SelectObject', $b, $6, $b, $v), $8 = $y($3, $a, 'GdipCreateFromHDC', $b, $6, 'handle*', 0)[2], $9 = Random, $q[$n][9], $t = $y($3, $a, 'GdipSetSmoothingMode', $b, $8, $a, 4) + f(0, $n - 1, 'n($i,1)'), $j = $x('float;float'), $k = $x('float;float'), $t = GUISetOnEvent(-3, 'x') + GUISetState(), $02 = $x('float[8]')
Func f($s = 0, $e = 0, $w = 0, $o = '')
    Return ($s < $e) ? f($s + 1, $e, $w, Execute(StringReplace($w, '$i', $s, 0, 1))) : ''
EndFunc   ;==>f
Func a(ByRef $h, $r, $u, $c)
    $h[$r][$u] = $c
EndFunc   ;==>a
Func n($i, $09 = 0)
    Return a($q, $i, 1, $9(32, 256)) + a($q, $i, 0, $9(-$q[$i][1], 512 + $q[$i][1])) + a($q, $i, 2, 64 / $q[$i][1]) + a($q, $i, 3, 6 / ($q[$i][1] ^ 1.35) * ($9(0, 1, 1) ? -1 : 1)) + a($q, $i, 4, $9(0, (768) / $q[$i][2], 1) * $09) + a($q, $i, 5, '0x80' & Hex(Int($9(0, 255, 1)), 2) & Hex(Int($9(0, 255, 1)), 2) & Hex(Int($9(0, 255, 1)), 2)) + a($q, $i, 6, '0x80' & Hex(Int($9(0, 255, 1)), 2) & Hex(Int($9(0, 255, 1)), 2) & Hex(Int($9(0, 255, 1)), 2))
EndFunc   ;==>n
While Sleep(10)
    $t = $y($3, $a, 'GdipGraphicsClear', $b, $8, 'dword', 0xFF000000) + f(0, $n - 1, 'r($i)') + $y($5, 'bool', 'BitBlt', $b, $d, $a, 0, $a, 0, $a, 512, $a, 512, $b, $6, $a, 0, $a, 0, 'dword', 0xCC0020)
WEnd
Func r($i)
    Local $c = 768 - $q[$i][2] * $q[$i][4], $f = $q[$i][0], $l = $q[$i][3] * $q[$i][4], $w = $q[$i][1] / 2 ^ 0.5, $0[5][2] = [[0, 0],[$c - $w / 2, $f - $w / 2],[$c - $w / 2, $f + $w / 2],[$c + $w / 2, $f + $w / 2],[$c + $w / 2, $f - $w / 2]], $t = t($0[1][0], $0[1][1], $l, $c, $f) + t($0[2][0], $0[2][1], $l, $c, $f) + t($0[3][0], $0[3][1], $l, $c, $f) + t($0[4][0], $0[4][1], $l, $c, $f) + $z($j, 1, $0[1][0]) + $z($j, 2, $0[1][1]) + $z($k, 1, $0[3][0]) + $z($k, 2, $0[3][1]), $01 = $y($3, $a, 'GdipCreateLineBrush', 'struct*', $j, 'struct*', $k, 'uint', $q[$i][5], 'uint', $q[$i][6], $a, 0, 'handle*', 0)[6], $t = $z($02, 1, $0[1][0], 1) + $z($02, 1, $0[1][1], 2) + $z($02, 1, $0[2][0], 3) + $z($02, 1, $0[2][1], 4) + $z($02, 1, $0[3][0], 5) + $z($02, 1, $0[3][1], 6) + $z($02, 1, $0[4][0], 7) + $z($02, 1, $0[4][1], 8) + $y($3, $a, 'GdipFillPolygon', $b, $8, $b, $01, 'struct*', $02, $a, 4, 'int', 'FillModeAlternate') + $y($3, $a, 'GdipDeleteBrush', $b, $01) + a($q, $i, 4, $q[$i][4] + 1)
    If $q[$i][2] * $q[$i][4] < -1024 Then n($i)
EndFunc   ;==>r
Func t(ByRef $x, ByRef $y, $w, $c, $f)
    Local $x2 = $x, $y2 = $y
    $x = $c + ($x2 - $c) * Cos($w) - ($y2 - $f) * Sin($w)
    $y = $f + ($x2 - $c) * Sin($w) + ($y2 - $f) * Cos($w)
EndFunc   ;==>t
Func x()
    $t = $y($3, $a, 'GdipDeleteGraphics', $b, $8) + $y('user32.dll', $a, 'ReleaseDC', 'hwnd', $g, $b, $d) + $y($5, 'bool', 'DeleteObject', $b, $v) + $y($5, 'bool', 'DeleteDC', $b, $6) + $y($3, 'none', 'GdiplusShutdown', 'ulong_ptr', $4) + DllClose($3)
    Exit
EndFunc   ;==>x
Br,

UEZ

Edited by UEZ

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Sure John, there is no multitasking possible. I assume op means more to have multi lines in one line.

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UEZ


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That's how I understood it as well!

Let's see how the OP want's it be understood!


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ExcelChart (2017-07-21 - Version 0.4.0.1) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts
PowerPoint (2017-06-06 - Version 0.0.5.0) - Download - General Help & Support
Excel - Example Scripts - Wiki
Word - Wiki
 
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ADO - Wiki

 

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Oh, sorry, I wasn't precise enough :) I meant the following thing:

Execute('MsgBox(0,"", "asd") + MsgBox(0,"", "qwe")')

So, that's it :) Quite easy (how could I don't know it...), thanks.

 

(P.s.: Yes, I know multitasking isn't possible in autoit, I just wanted to execute 2 lines of code with 1 command (of course one by one)

Edited by Unc3nZureD

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Is there a situation where it is necessary to use "Execute"? Why not simply write two lines of code?


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Active Directory (NEW 2019-07-31 - Version 1.4.12.0) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts - Wiki
OutlookEX (NEW 2019-07-24 - Version 1.3.6.0) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts - Wiki
Outlook Tools (NEW 2019-07-22 - Version 0.6.0.0) - Download - General Help & Support - Wiki
ExcelChart (2017-07-21 - Version 0.4.0.1) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts
PowerPoint (2017-06-06 - Version 0.0.5.0) - Download - General Help & Support
Excel - Example Scripts - Wiki
Word - Wiki
 
Tutorials:

ADO - Wiki

 

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Is there a situation where it is necessary to use "Execute"? Why not simply write two lines of code?

 

It's because I'm trying to use a "plugin system". It works by executing each line of a file. I wanted to do something like the following:

Execute('If FileExists("thisfile.exe") Then + MsgBox(0,"", "found") + Else + MsgBox(0,"", "lost") + EndIf')

Well, sadly it seems it's not possible :(

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You can only use function calls the way we described.


My UDFs and Tutorials:

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Active Directory (NEW 2019-07-31 - Version 1.4.12.0) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts - Wiki
OutlookEX (NEW 2019-07-24 - Version 1.3.6.0) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts - Wiki
Outlook Tools (NEW 2019-07-22 - Version 0.6.0.0) - Download - General Help & Support - Wiki
ExcelChart (2017-07-21 - Version 0.4.0.1) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts
PowerPoint (2017-06-06 - Version 0.0.5.0) - Download - General Help & Support
Excel - Example Scripts - Wiki
Word - Wiki
 
Tutorials:

ADO - Wiki

 

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It's because I'm trying to use a "plugin system". It works by executing each line of a file. I wanted to do something like the following:

Execute('If FileExists("thisfile.exe") Then + MsgBox(0,"", "found") + Else + MsgBox(0,"", "lost") + EndIf')
Well, sadly it seems it's not possible :(

 

So, just try this:

Execute((FileExists("thisfile.exe")?MsgBox(0,"","found"):MsgBox(0,"","lost"))&((FileExists(@ScriptFullPath)?MsgBox(0,"","found"):MsgBox(0,"","lost"))))

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It's because I'm trying to use a "plugin system". It works by executing each line of a file. I wanted to do something like the following:

Execute('If FileExists("thisfile.exe") Then + MsgBox(0,"", "found") + Else + MsgBox(0,"", "lost") + EndIf')

Well, sadly it seems it's not possible :(

 

It is  :)

Execute('FileExists("thisfile.exe") ? MsgBox(0,"", "found") : MsgBox(0,"", "lost")')

or

Execute('MsgBox(0,"", FileExists("thisfile.exe") ? "found" : "lost")')
Edited by mikell

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Oh, I totally forgot about them :) Lol, well, I have to look at them a little bit, since I'm confused a little bit, but thanks each reply! :)

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