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If you want it to read and process data, you could do an INI file, or you could have it filereadline data in.

If you want it to read in autoitscript, then you can have autoit create an autoit file that includes the code and run that.


; bunch of stuff before this
FileDelete (@TempDir & "\foo.au3")
FileWriteLine (@TempDir & "\foo.au3", "#include " & $x)
FileWriteLine (@TempDir & "\foo.au3", "msgbox(1,'included file'," & $x & ")" )

RunWait("C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt3.exe " & '"foo.au3"', @TempDir)
; rest of script, you could do a filereadline loop to grab and insert if you like as well.

Compiled EXEs have to have all the script they will execute before hand, but you could even include the autoit.exe in your script and execute it that way.

More than one way to skin a cat....

AutoIt3, the MACGYVER Pocket Knife for computers.

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