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Exit 1. Yet $? and $LastExitCode not working


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Hi all,

I'm attempting to get the exit state of an AutoIt script after using

Exit 1

Exit 1 can literally be the only line in the script yet both $? and $LastExitCode are unable to detect that it exited with an error. I'm assuming this is because the script sets %ERRRORLEVEL% but I am unsure.

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I've also tried the below suggestion but it also seems to not work

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What am I doing wrong?

Edited by rcmaehl

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Compile e.g. (Scriptname = ReturnExitvalue.au3)

Global $g_sValue
$g_sValue = InputBox("Test", "Enter a number between 1 and 99 : ", "0")
MsgBox(4096, "", "%ERRORLEVEL% = "& $g_sValue)
Exit($g_sValue)

Run via .cmd :

@echo off
echo starts Exe and displays the Returnvalue (Exit)
cd %~dp0
ReturnExitvalue
echo.
echo %ERRORLEVEL%
pause

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5 minutes ago, Musashi said:

Compile e.g. (Scriptname = ReturnExitvalue.au3)

Global $g_sValue
$g_sValue = InputBox("Test", "Enter a number between 1 and 99 : ", "0")
MsgBox(4096, "", "%ERRORLEVEL% = "& $g_sValue)
Exit($g_sValue)

Run via .cmd :

@echo off
echo starts Exe and displays the Returnvalue (Exit)
cd %~dp0
ReturnExitvalue
echo.
echo %ERRORLEVEL%
pause

Okay so there's no way to do this through powershell, has to be console?

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2 minutes ago, rcmaehl said:

Okay so there's no way to do this through powershell, has to be console?

Not necessarily, but that's how I've always evaluated the return value so far. There has been no reason yet for me to do it otherwise ;).

 

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Hello. Do it like this.

(Start-Process App.exe -PassThru -Wait).ExitCode

 

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On 8/16/2021 at 1:13 PM, Danyfirex said:

Hello. Do it like this.


(Start-Process App.exe -PassThru -Wait).ExitCode

 

Saludos

THANK YOU

My UDFs are generally for me. If they aren't updated for a while, it means I'm not using them myself. As soon as I start using them again, they'll get updated.

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WhyNotWin11
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