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Does anyone know how to use the Paramaters (Shift-F8) in the View menu?


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Does anyone know how to use the Paramaters (Shift-F8) in the View menu?

Just create a testfile.au3 and put these records in it:

For $x = 1 to $cmdline[0]
    ConsoleWrite($cmdline[$x] )
Next

Now fill in some of these parameters and run it with F5...

see ? :lmao:

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Sorry, I don't follow. Can you give an explaination of what it does and is used for?


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Sorry, I don't follow. Can you give an explanation of what it does and is used for?

Did you try the script ? Then you see what it does.....

But a brief explanation: It add the parameters specified to the program which is Run (F5) . so this gives you a option to test AutoIt scripts that require parameters by specifying them and pressing F5.

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If that's all it does then it's not what I thought it was and therefore not useful to me.

Thanks for educatin' me


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If that's all it does then it's not what I thought it was and therefore not useful to me.

Thanks for educatin' me

NP...

If you explain what you are looking for then somebody might be able to help or have ideas...

:lmao:


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I'm trying to figure how to create a line-by-line debugger. It would be nice if there was a program out there that already does this, but I haven't been able to find anything.


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