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mbuk

Hi, i'm trying to copy folder copy and it's contents to copy1 but it fails to copy . What am i diong wrong here?.

Thanks Andrew

Stext = InputBox("Source", "Please type in source and click OK","")

$Dtext = InputBox("Destination", "Please type in destination and click OK","")

If @error = 1 Then Exit

DirCopy($Stext& ":\copy", $Dtext& ":\:copy1", 1)

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BigDod

$Stext = InputBox("Source", "Please type in source and click OK","")
$Dtext = InputBox("Destination", "Please type in destination and click OK","")
If @error = 1 Then Exit


DirCopy($Stext, $Dtext, 1)



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jvanegmond

Let just say that I type in as source for example:

C:\Test

The script would then try to move C:\Test:\Copy , and as you can see this is not a valid folder. So first of all, this makes a whole lot more sense to me:

DirCopy($Stext,$Dtext, 1)

Second, you could, instead of a inputbox, use a FileOpenDialog. I'm not sure about this, just look it up in the helpfile, you might find it useful.

Last, use [autoit ] [/autoit ] tags for your code (leave out the spaces)

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mbuk

Thanks for your help

Hi, i'm trying to copy folder copy and it's contents to copy1 but it fails to copy . What am i diong wrong here?.

Thanks Andrew

Stext = InputBox("Source", "Please type in source and click OK","")

$Dtext = InputBox("Destination", "Please type in destination and click OK","")

If @error = 1 Then Exit

DirCopy($Stext& ":\copy", $Dtext& ":\:copy1", 1)

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