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Set name process of file .exe

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Hello every one,

I have a file abc.au3, and sometimes i have a update code, so i save it as other name, ex: abc1->100.au3

I want to ask:

When i complete file ex: abc 10.au3 -> abc 10.exe, when run file abc 10.exe, the default name of process is "abc 10.exe", i want when i run any verision of code (file abc 1.exe or abc 100.exe), the name of process alway is abc.exe

Thank all very much.

Have a nice weeken.

Edited by meomeo192
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The page Jos suggested is this one - the #pragma compile directive is the one you want. :)


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ArrayMultiColSort ---- Sort arrays on multiple columns
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