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jaenster

Can you make a Tcp/Ip Conntecion in autoIT ? So , if its true , How ? ^^ an any give some examples?


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Helge

Yes you can, if you've downloaded the latest beta.

There's all you need, including examples.

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jaenster

Oh thank you :lmao: Beta version got not strange errors that not beta version get with the old commados?


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Helge

I don't think you will have any problems using it.

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jaenster

k ty , Some other qeust , If i use scite.. beta and normal , What version does scite use? Beta version or normal , Beta is the last one that i has instaled..?


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Helge

You can easily select what version to choose.. no problem.

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jaenster

How ? I am noob


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Josbe

How ? I am noob

Due that reason, read the helpfile.

Check in Scite the menu "TOOLS" and look the options.

For example:

Scite Config --> CTR+1

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jaenster

Thanks , jaenster


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JSThePatriot

With SciTE you can run the regular AutoIt with F5, and to Run Beta you press ALT+F5.

You can also switch which definitions are used.. I dont remember the hotkey, but just take a peek in the different menu's I am sure you will find it.

JS


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jaenster

Any why , The syntax of beta ? Does it is in it ? Do i got "tcpconnect" is blue or something ?


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skippynz

With SciTE you can run the regular AutoIt with F5, and to Run Beta you press ALT+F5.

You can also switch which definitions are used.. I dont remember the hotkey, but just take a peek in the different menu's I am sure you will find it.

JS

about that - i have both the latest beta and original with scite and when i try and run a script in normal mode that has like #include <date.au3> or #include <process.au3> i get an error - but if i run via beta its fine. is this a bug ?? cause if i dont have any #includes it works ok

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Jos

about that - i have both the latest beta and original with scite and when i try and run a script in normal mode that has like #include <date.au3> or #include <process.au3> i get an error - but if i run via beta its fine. is this a bug ?? cause if i dont have any #includes it works ok

Is correct... check the errors it generates and you know that in the includes some BETA fnctins are used.

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seandisanti

Oh thank you :lmao: Beta version got not strange errors that not beta version get with the old commados?

$wtf = "Beta version got not strange errors that not beta version get with the old commados?"
StringDecrypt($wtf)

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flaxcrack

Guys my out put is coming out all funny for cameronsdad code.

;My Code
$wtf = "Beta version got not strange errors that not beta version get with the old commados?"
$x = StringDecrypt($wtf)
ConsoleWrite($x)

;The Console
ERROR! ERROR! ERROR! RTFM!

[quote] Gilbertson's Law: Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.Sandro Alvares: Flaxcrack is please not noob! i can report you is stop stupid. The Post[/quote]I made this: FWD & MD5PWD()

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seandisanti

Guys my out put is coming out all funny for cameronsdad code.

;My Code
$wtf = "Beta version got not strange errors that not beta version get with the old commados?"
$x = StringDecrypt($wtf)
ConsoleWrite($x)

;The Console
ERROR! ERROR! ERROR! RTFM!
nice. i'm thinking of putting my code snippet into my sig, what do you think?

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flaxcrack

nice. i'm thinking of putting my code snippet into my sig, what do you think?

Great idea! I wonder if you could make a UDF out of it...


[quote] Gilbertson's Law: Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.Sandro Alvares: Flaxcrack is please not noob! i can report you is stop stupid. The Post[/quote]I made this: FWD & MD5PWD()

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seandisanti

Great idea! I wonder if you could make a UDF out of it...

don't know if i'd go that far, smoke_n's sig code has it beat as far as a sig-UDF.

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flaxcrack

don't know if i'd go that far, smoke_n's sig code has it beat as far as a sig-UDF.

I think you should change your sig. :lmao:


[quote] Gilbertson's Law: Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.Sandro Alvares: Flaxcrack is please not noob! i can report you is stop stupid. The Post[/quote]I made this: FWD & MD5PWD()

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JSThePatriot

Yes like JdeB said. The reason it has error'ed out on those include files is because each of those have some beta functions in them.

JS


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ComputerGetInfo UDF's Updated! 11-23-2006

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