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How do to following autoit?

#define test  L"test" 

I am thinking it will have dll structure maybe.. 

any ideas?

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Hello. First you need to show what  you are trying to perform. If you are dealing with Windows API call you should use wstr in dllcall parameter. if is a structure you should use wchar.

If is a simple constant just use

Global Const $TEST="test"


Edited by Danyfirex

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thanks for the help.. it turns out it was an escape character issue

in c++ they were doing \\, I only need one slash


Edited by step887

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