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Mr.Llama

Is is possible to make like a chat type thing with autoit?

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I was thinking about making a program that allows anyone that runs to program to connect and chat. Is this possible? (I haven't done auoit for a long time so I was just checking)

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It is possible through the TCP or UDP functions in the beta, but you would probably have a long way to go to get to a useable chat client. I recommend the UDP functions because they can be used asynchronously.


Who else would I be?

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Ok, thank you!

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Try searching help for larrys relay chat (cannot seem to find it but its there)

NOw there is binary support so you could even make file transfer

hmm irc would be easy even (even without binary)

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First in a Bug report where it had no purpose and now resurrecting a post from the dark ages ....

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I am in the process of making a chat program and a remote control tool. I am not posting the code because its still under major work. But I so far I have made it possible to connect 2 computer, send and receive text. Also added buttons to the gui that allow one or the other person depending on who is the client to: excute files based on the path given, open webpages on the remote machine, take control on the other machines mouse, make noises, open the cd tray, and looking for more fun things to add.

So yes chat programs are very doable with autoit.

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