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StdoutRead - Error Unknown function name

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Hi

When I ran the following script from Online Documentation to use StdoutRead, I got an error

$line = StdoutRead($output)

$line = ^ERROR

Error: Unknown fucntion name.

I haven't changed any step on the script on the online documentation.

; Demonstrates StdoutRead()

#include <Constants.au3>

$foo = Run(@ComSpec & " /c dir foo.bar", @SystemDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD)

While 1

$line = StdoutRead($foo)

If @error Then ExitLoop

MsgBox(0, "STDOUT read:", $line)

Wend

While 1

$line = StderrRead($foo)

If @error Then ExitLoop

MsgBox(0, "STDERR read:", $line)

Wend

MsgBox(0, "Debug", "Exiting...")

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Maybe.... :lmao:

Func StdoutRead()
;whatever you want it to do.
EndFunc
Edited by AceLoc

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Hi AceLoc

StdoutRead() is an autoit3 system function. It is not an user define function.

I think the example on the online documentation should work on itself.

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Maybe.... :lmao:

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Works fine here. Have you checked your includes folder to see that constants.au3 is there.



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Do you post just for the hell of it, or do you bother to look to see if it's an actual function in AutoIt first?

@kay

What version of AutoIt are you using?

MsgBox(64, 'AutoIt Version', @AutoItVersion)
ClipPut(@AutoItVersion)
i know that it is a Func in Autoit.. but if he dont works like that.. then make it yourself.

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i know that it is a Func in Autoit.. but if he dont works like that.. then make it yourself.

So the very first answer to her/his question was to make one themselves? That's brilliant.

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

@AceLoc: He used the help-example. What do you expect him to do???

If you use scite, can you open the include via [Alt]+ -Shortcut while the cursor is over the #include -line?

Edited by dabus

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So the very first answer to her/his question was to make one themselves? That's brilliant.

Thank.

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AutoIt3 Version 3.1.1.0

Yes, I have C:\AutoIt3\Include\Constants.au3 as bellow.

#include-once

; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

;

; AutoIt Version: 3.1

; Language: English

; Author(s): Jeremy Landes <jlandes@landeserve.com>

; David Nuttall <danuttall@rocketmail.com>

; Philip Gump <cyberslug@autoitscript.com>

; Description: This file is meant to be included in an AutoIt v3 script to

; provide access to these constants.

;

; ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

;==============================================

; AutoIt Options Constants

;==============================================

; Sets the way coords are used in the mouse and pixel functions

Global Const $OPT_COORDSRELATIVE = 0 ; Relative coords to the active window

Global Const $OPT_COORDSABSOLUTE = 1 ; Absolute screen coordinates (default)

Global Const $OPT_COORDSCLIENT = 2 ; Relative coords to client area

; Sets how errors are handled if a Run/RunWait function fails

Global Const $OPT_ERRORSILENT = 0 ; Silent error (@error set to 1)

Global Const $OPT_ERRORFATAL = 1 ; Fatal error (default)

; Alters the use of Caps Lock

Global Const $OPT_CAPSNOSTORE = 0 ; Don't store/restore Caps Lock state

Global Const $OPT_CAPSSTORE = 1 ; Store/restore Caps Lock state (default)

; Alters the method that is used to match window titles

Global Const $OPT_MATCHSTART = 1 ; Match the title from the start (default)

Global Const $OPT_MATCHANY = 2 ; Match any substring in the title

Global Const $OPT_MATCHEXACT = 3 ; Match the title exactly

Global Const $OPT_MATCHADVANCED = 4 ; Use advanced window matching

;==============================================

; File Constants

;==============================================

; Indicates file copy and install options

Global Const $FC_NOOVERWRITE = 0 ; Do not overwrite existing files (default)

Global Const $FC_OVERWRITE = 1 ; Overwrite existing files

; Indicates file date and time options

Global Const $FT_MODIFIED = 0 ; Date and time file was last modified (default)

Global Const $FT_CREATED = 1 ; Date and time file was created

Global Const $FT_ACCESSED = 2 ; Date and time file was last accessed

; Indicates the mode to open a file

Global Const $FO_READ = 0 ; Read mode

Global Const $FO_APPEND = 1 ; Write mode (append)

Global Const $FO_OVERWRITE = 2 ; Write mode (erase previous contents)

; Indicates file read options

Global Const $EOF = -1 ; End-of-file reached

; Indicates file open and save dialog options

Global Const $FD_FILEMUSTEXIST = 1 ; File must exist

Global Const $FD_PATHMUSTEXIST = 2 ; Path must exist

Global Const $FD_MULTISELECT = 4 ; Allow multi-select

Global Const $FD_PROMPTCREATENEW = 8 ; Prompt to create new file

Global Const $FD_PROMPTOVERWRITE = 16 ; Prompt to overWrite file

;==============================================

; Keyboard Constants

;==============================================

; Changes how keys are processed

Global Const $KB_SENDSPECIAL = 0 ; Special characters indicate key presses (default)

Global Const $KB_SENDRAW = 1 ; Keys are sent raw

; Sets the state of the Caps Lock key

Global Const $KB_CAPSOFF = 0 ; Caps Lock is off

Global Const $KB_CAPSON = 1 ; Caps Lock is on

;==============================================

; Message Box Constants

;==============================================

; Indicates the buttons displayed in the message box

Global Const $MB_OK = 0 ; One push button: OK

Global Const $MB_OKCANCEL = 1 ; Two push buttons: OK and Cancel

Global Const $MB_ABORTRETRYIGNORE = 2 ; Three push buttons: Abort, Retry, and Ignore

Global Const $MB_YESNOCANCEL = 3 ; Three push buttons: Yes, No, and Cancel

Global Const $MB_YESNO = 4 ; Two push buttons: Yes and No

Global Const $MB_RETRYCANCEL = 5 ; Two push buttons: Retry and Cancel

; Displays an icon in the message box

Global Const $MB_ICONHAND = 16 ; Stop-sign icon

Global Const $MB_ICONQUESTION = 32 ; Question-mark icon

Global Const $MB_ICONEXCLAMATION = 48 ; Exclamation-point icon

Global Const $MB_ICONASTERISK = 64 ; Icon consisting of an 'i' in a circle

; Indicates the default button

Global Const $MB_DEFBUTTON1 = 0 ; The first button is the default button

Global Const $MB_DEFBUTTON2 = 256 ; The second button is the default button

Global Const $MB_DEFBUTTON3 = 512 ; The third button is the default button

; Indicates the modality of the dialog box

Global Const $MB_APPLMODAL = 0 ; Application modal

Global Const $MB_SYSTEMMODAL = 4096 ; System modal

Global Const $MB_TASKMODAL = 8192 ; Task modal

; Indicates miscellaneous message box attributes

Global Const $MB_TOPMOST = 262144 ; top-most attribute

Global Const $MB_RIGHTJUSTIFIED = 524288 ; right-justified title and text

; Indicates the button selected in the message box

Global Const $IDTIMEOUT = -1 ; The message box timed out

Global Const $IDOK = 1 ; OK button was selected

Global Const $IDCANCEL = 2 ; Cancel button was selected

Global Const $IDABORT = 3 ; Abort button was selected

Global Const $IDRETRY = 4 ; Retry button was selected

Global Const $IDIGNORE = 5 ; Ignore button was selected

Global Const $IDYES = 6 ; Yes button was selected

Global Const $IDNO = 7 ; No button was selected

Global Const $IDTRYAGAIN = 10 ; Try Again button was selected

Global Const $IDCONTINUE = 11 ; Continue button was selected

;==============================================

; Progress and Splash Constants

;==============================================

; Indicates properties of the displayed progress or splash dialog

Global Const $DLG_NOTITLE = 1 ; Titleless window

Global Const $DLG_NOTONTOP = 2 ; Without "always on top" attribute

Global Const $DLG_TEXTLEFT = 4 ; Left justified text

Global Const $DLG_TEXTRIGHT = 8 ; Right justified text

;==============================================

; Tray Tip Constants

;==============================================

; Indicates the type of Balloon Tip to display

Global Const $TIP_ICONNONE = 0 ; No icon (default)

Global Const $TIP_ICONASTERISK = 1 ; Info icon

Global Const $TIP_ICONEXCLAMATION = 2 ; Warning icon

Global Const $TIP_ICONHAND = 3 ; Error icon

Global Const $TIP_NOSOUND = 16 ; No sound

;==============================================

; Mouse Constants

;==============================================

; Indicates current mouse cursor

Global Const $IDC_UNKNOWN = 0 ; Unknown cursor

Global Const $IDC_APPSTARTING = 1 ; Standard arrow and small hourglass

Global Const $IDC_ARROW = 2 ; Standard arrow

Global Const $IDC_CROSS = 3 ; Crosshair

Global Const $IDC_HELP = 4 ; Arrow and question mark

Global Const $IDC_IBEAM = 5 ; I-beam

Global Const $IDC_ICON = 6 ; Obsolete

Global Const $IDC_NO = 7 ; Slashed circle

Global Const $IDC_SIZE = 8 ; Obsolete

Global Const $IDC_SIZEALL = 9 ; Four-pointed arrow pointing N, S, E, and W

Global Const $IDC_SIZENESW = 10 ; Double-pointed arrow pointing NE and SW

Global Const $IDC_SIZENS = 11 ; Double-pointed arrow pointing N and S

Global Const $IDC_SIZENWSE = 12 ; Double-pointed arrow pointing NW and SE

Global Const $IDC_SIZEWE = 13 ; Double-pointed arrow pointing W and E

Global Const $IDC_UPARROW = 14 ; Vertical arrow

Global Const $IDC_WAIT = 15 ; Hourglass

;==============================================

; Process Constants

;==============================================

; Indicates the type of shutdown

Global Const $SD_LOGOFF = 0 ; Logoff

Global Const $SD_SHUTDOWN = 1 ; Shutdown

Global Const $SD_REBOOT = 2 ; Reboot

Global Const $SD_FORCE = 4 ; Force

Global Const $SD_POWERDOWN = 8 ; Power down

;==============================================

; String Constants

;==============================================

; Indicates if string operations should be case sensitive

Global Const $STR_NOCASESENSE = 0 ; Not case sensitive (default)

Global Const $STR_CASESENSE = 1 ; Case sensitive

; IndicateS the type of stripping that should be performed

Global Const $STR_STRIPLEADING = 1 ; Strip leading whitespace

Global Const $STR_STRIPTRAILING = 2 ; Strip trailing whitespace

Global Const $STR_STRIPSPACES = 4 ; Strip double (or more) spaces between words

Global Const $STR_STRIPALL = 8 ; Strip all spaces (over-rides all other flags)

Thanks for your help.

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i've download the new version AutoIt v3.2.0.1 and error has gone !

Thanks for your help.

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i know that it is a Func in Autoit.. but if he dont works like that.. then make it yourself.

@SmOke_N,

Since the problem has been solved for the OP...

...I'll post this reply for you :-)

@AceLoc,

Please read this post:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...showtopic=28659

:-)

enjoy


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