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; Error Log Maker, © Elliot Harris, 05.
Run("Notepad")
WinWaitActive("Untitled -")
Send("!f s Error.log {enter}Y{backspace}{f5}: Error: " & @error; & ". !f s")
sleep(2000)
WinKill("Error", "")

This was one of my odd codes I had on my PC, this hasn't been tested :P (because i don't get many errors, because i make simple programs). Please test, comment :lmao:

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; Error Log Maker, © Elliot Harris, 05.
Run("Notepad")
WinWaitActive("Untitled -")
Send("!f s Error.log {enter}Y{backspace}{f5}: Error: " & @error; & ". !f s")
sleep(2000)
WinKill("Error", "")

This was one of my odd codes I had on my PC, this hasn't been tested :P (because i don't get many errors, because i make simple programs). Please test, comment :lmao:

dunno what you are trying here, but one thing you need to remember is that the @error macro will contain the returned Error of the last function which in this case is WinWaitActive().

If you are trying to create a Error log then you should look at the _FileWriteLog( $sLogPath, $sLogMsg ) UDF.

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Have to agree with JdeB, I've used the _FileWriteLog many times which also time stamps each line in the log example:

#include <file.au3>

_FileWriteLog(@ScriptDir & "\Error.log","Error: " & @error")

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