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How to repeat my script when my control class does not match ?

My Script : winActivate ( " PS :: Version -  - [PS Bill]")
                  ControlClick ( "PS :: Version -  - [PS Bill]", "", "[NAME:btnSavebyFP]")
                  ControlSend(" PS :: Version -  - [PS Bill]", "", "[NAME:btnSavebyFP]", "{enter}")
                  WinActive ("Verification Number Entry ::")
                  ControlClick("Next >", "","[NAME:btnNext]")
;if   >>>> Control <<<<  does not match repeat my script, ;if match exit script


Class:    WindowsForm734a
Instance:    15
ClassnameNN:    WindowsForm34a15
Name:    BillPrint
Advanced (Class):    [NAME:BillPrint]
ID:    7875
Position:    39, 310
Size:    1221, 306
ControlClick Coords:    745, 20
Style:    0x56010000
ExStyle:    0x00000000
Handle:    0x00000000000C0468

Edited by JLogan3o13

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@Nareshm in the future, please use code tags in your posts <>. It makes it a lot easier to read. As to your question, every function in AutoIt return something regarding success/failure. Look at the help file entry for ControlClick, should give you some ideas on how to determine whether it succeeded or not.

If it is a matter of not clicking because the Control is renamed, look at some of the other functions in the help file such as ControlGetHandle

Edited by JLogan3o13

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