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gamer1

Hi!

I'm wondering how to run a single script line without a script?

Saw this feature was added in version 2.60 (14/05/2001) on this page here (use find /c).

Well the /c commandline switch doesn't seem to work for me with AutoIt3.exe

For example how do I run this single script line without a script?:

IniWrite("C:\boot.ini","boot loader","timeout","4")

Autoit3.exe /c "WinWait, Untitled - Notepad" - like the example doesn't work.

Thanks!

Edited by gamer1

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Helge

v2 and v3 are two completely different languages, so looking at the changelog for v2 when you're

using v3 is just...stupid. If you had taken a look at the v3-history instead you would've found out

that "/C" was changed to "/AutoIt3ExecuteLine" some time ago.

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Geert

"C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt3.exe" /AutoIt3ExecuteLine "IniWrite('C:\boot2.ini','boot loader','timeout','6')"

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herewasplato

Senile and too slow:

"C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt3.exe" /AutoIt3ExecuteLine "MsgBox(0, '','')"

it took me that long to test it out :-)

Edit - but I did take the time to install the latest prod version before testing/posting :-)

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gamer1

I was googling that's why I got the old v2 changelog.. Anyway Thanks for the fast help!

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