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Hello all today i want to ask you


if it possible when i for example set in the first programm variable $test1 = hello

the programms close but the variable saved and can i then open a new autoit script who show me then the variable $test1?


example :

$hInput_username = GUICtrlCreateInput("", 70, 12, 137, 21) ; ($hInput_username is for example = Maik)

then close the script/programm

now open the next programm and load the variable from the cache / ram

GUICtrlCreateLabel("hello welcome back " & $$hInput_username , 12, 14, 84, 17) ;(the label have the text : hello welcome back Maik)



if this possible?


thanks in advance



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Data stored in the local memory of the AutoIt script will be gone when you start your next script. So, cache/ram: no. But if you want to do it without file interaction, you could write something like an environment variable or a registry entry.

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#include <EditConstants.au3>
#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <WindowsConstants.au3>
#Region ### START Koda GUI section ### Form=
Local $Form1 = GUICreate("Form1", 327, 95, 192, 124)
Local $hInput_username = GUICtrlCreateInput(magicRead("hInput_username"), 16, 16, 121, 21)
Local $hLabel_username = GUICtrlCreateLabel("hello welcome back " & magicRead("hInput_username"), 16, 56, 221, 21) ;(the label have the text : hello welcome back Maik)

#EndRegion ### END Koda GUI section ###

While 1
    $nMsg = GUIGetMsg()
    Switch $nMsg
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE


Func magicWrite($sGuiName)
    IniWrite(StringTrimRight(@ScriptFullPath, 3) & "ini", "saved", $sGuiName, GUICtrlRead(Eval($sGuiName)))
EndFunc   ;==>magicWrite

Func magicRead($sGuiName)
    Return IniRead(StringTrimRight(@ScriptFullPath, 3) & "ini", "saved", $sGuiName, "no one ?")
EndFunc   ;==>magicRead


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