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Assigning a variable to a command such as MouseClick

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Hey, is it possible to put a command such as MouseClick to a variable something like this:

Local $vLala
$vLala = MouseClick ( "left", 1000, 400, 1)

so I can just put $vLala in whenever I want AutoIt to click on that position? :)

EDIT: I know that you can do it by making two variables for 1000 and 400, but I want to do it smaller ^^

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$vLala = 'MouseClick ( "left", 1000, 400, 1)'
Execute ($vLaLa)

it must be a string (needs to be embedded into ' or ").

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I am seriously wondering what one would gain from doing this?


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Why not just use a function:


Func _Lala()
    MouseClick ( "left", 1000, 400, 1)


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