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Hi to all.

My question is if is it possible read with Autoit a output value of python script and load it for example in a array.

My first idea is execute a python script and load the result in a file and then read whith Autoit whith FileReadToArray.

I don't know if this way is the best.
 
Thank's to all

 

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You could use Run to start the python script and grab any output written to the console using StdOutRead.

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