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Marwanco

Reading numeric value from DDE

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Hello,

I did a small macro, works fine.

Next, like to know if it is possible to Read numeric value from windows 32,based application that share numeric values with DDE .

I can read this value from Excel or Calc no problem, this value is a stock price that keep changing every second or so.

Based on these value Price,Volume,ASK,BID I want automate stock trading application that im using.

Thanks.

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Moved to the appropriate thread, as the Developer forum very clearly states:

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Do not create AutoIt-related topics here, use the AutoIt General Help and Support

@Marwanco you're asking us to troubleshoot an issue with your code...without showing any of your code. Do you see the potential problem?

And before you post again, please be sure you are familiar with our forum rules, especially these bullets:

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  • Bypassing of security measures - log-in and security dialogs, CAPTCHAs, anti-bot agents, software activation, etc.
  • Automation of software/sites contrary to their EULA

 


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Short answer: Yes

A very simple search of the forum returns a plethora of threads on DDE support. Have you looked through any of these? Since you are not providing any code, you may find answers to your questions in these threads.


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