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Is there a way to return a ERRORLEVEL (or something)

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I have a batch file that I run that calls a number of AutoIT programs that I've written. One of these scripts retrieves content and I want it to return the number of files found in a ERRORLEVEL (for lack of a better idea) that I can SET a DOS variable in the batch file to reference in future calls.

Is this possible, or is there a better way, or am I just SOL?

TIA


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I have a batch file that I run that calls a number of AutoIT programs that I've written. One of these scripts retrieves content and I want it to return the number of files found in a ERRORLEVEL (for lack of a better idea) that I can SET a DOS variable in the batch file to reference in future calls.

Is this possible, or is there a better way, or am I just SOL?

TIA

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Check it out in the help file (what a concept!).

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