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deftonic

Hey,

If i use the Autoit API in visual basic 2005, will it run faster? or is it the same?

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SmOke_N

Hey,

If i use the Autoit API in visual basic 2005, will it run faster? or is it the same?

Will what run faster?

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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MHz

I do not think AutoItX.dll would be a speed boost to your visual basic 2005. AutoItX.dll adds features that are not native to visual basic, i.e. automation ability.

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deftonic

I meant will the overall speed of the "script" increase if i use the api in vb?

Like the loops in autoit are slow, if i use VB, will it run faster?

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Oxin8

i think that if you used vb for the loops and just used AutoItX when you needed to for automation, it would be faster. Keep in mind that AutoItX doesn't have all the functions that AutoIt does. If you're really going for speed it might be better to just create the equivalent functions in vb.

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deftonic

i think that if you used vb for the loops and just used AutoItX when you needed to for automation, it would be faster. Keep in mind that AutoItX doesn't have all the functions that AutoIt does. If you're really going for speed it might be better to just create the equivalent functions in vb.

Alright cool, Thats all i wanted to hear. I already checked all the functions in the AutoItX, and it has all the functions I need so its all good. Thanks for info.

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