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AutoItX, dlls, scripting ?

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Hi, I am new to scripting and I would like to know what is the difference between AutoitX and Autoit. What are DLL and activeX.

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What are DLL and activeX.

Check out these links:

DLL

ACTIVEX


...by the way, it's pronounced: "JIF"... Bob Berry --- inventor of the GIF format

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Hi, I am new to scripting and I would like to know what is the difference between AutoitX and Autoit. What are DLL and activeX.

Hello mrmasterminh

A card index dll is a reusable- codes set, that is, than when the System Operativo or a program in particular needs them, calls them from the dll and executes code. For example, when he shows a window of message, the System Operativo what he does the fact is that he calls this show from of a specific dll . you understand

Now then. The AutoiT is one language of very powerful script that can interact with functions of the System Operativo, these interactions dll that are put up with as libraries of code reusable solves them with the card indexes's utilization.

Them ActiveX also card indexes are of reusable codes but they utilize these codes besides to accomplish interactions but complex as creating confections, objects, etc.

Good good luck

Note : Forgive my English, I do not talk to it very much. For that reason I utilize a translator.

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Hi, I am new to scripting and I would like to know what is the difference between AutoitX and Autoit. What are DLL and activeX.

AutoIt is a Basic-like scripting language and AutoItX is a facility that allows

one to use the AutoIt functionality from other languages.

Here is an example written in AutoIt scripting language and then

rewritten over again in VBScript using AutoItX.

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...ndpost&p=100634

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Hmm...Thanks alot.

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