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Implementation: WinWait family of functions

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How are the WinWait family of functions implented?

WinWait, WinWaitActive, WinWaitNotActive WinWaitClose accomplish their task of knowing whether a window exists, is active, or has been closed?

When an au3 script is running, does the script poll windows some interval of time or is some event fired every time a new window action happens (like get focus, close, new window created) and the script parses and listens? [perhaps there's some windows hook that permits this somehow]

Just out of curiousity.

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the script only "polls" when it reads one of those commands you just posted

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