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It's probably over your head (I know its over mine) but this "might" be what you're looking for:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=19329


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You couldn't possibly mean MemGetStats ( ) you?

Check the help, it's all there.


"I have discovered that all human evil comes from this, man's being unable to sit still in a room. " - Blaise Pascal

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hmm, in C++:

int*w;

int k;

w=&k;

Is there any possibilities to make something similar in AutoIt?

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hmm, in C++:

int*w;

int k;

w=&k;

Is there any possibilities to make something similar in AutoIt?

Pointers are not really used in autoit...You can get some limited funtionality by using the dllcall functions in the beta I supose but to my knowlege there's not really native support for it.... shouln't really be any need to do this in a script...What is your overall objective by doing this?

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