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Hi , is there have any debugger for Autoit Script like mikroC or Turbo C. So we novice can see how the code is working and realize codes line by line. please help or suggest me if any debugger available.

Thanks in advance

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47 minutes ago, ashraful089 said:

i am not realizing how to use it?

You have to read through it ;)

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1 hour ago, ashraful089 said:

sir still now i am reading but nothing found and quiet confused now.

Writing to a log file as recommended by @Earthshine is a useful approach.

For smaller scripts it is often sufficient to use plenty of ConsoleWrites. The @error macro, which is returned by many standard functions and can be set in own ones, is also helpful. Last but not least, most syntax errors are displayed in the SciTE console.

You can find these tips and more under the link that @Jos has already provided. Show some effort and read the instructions. There is no magical tool, that will do this work for you.

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i like the logger better though because i can watch the logs as they are created with LogExpert or any Tail program you like. that way my stuff runs and I can put in pauses to inspect stuff i care about.

for me it's the most efficient way

 

you can build LogExpert using Visual Studio 2019 or later or just use chocolaty to install it. It's just a unix tail program for windows written in C#

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