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What about "print"

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I have just started with Autoit3 and I think I really like it.

I have spent an inordinate amount of time trying to learn enough Perl, Python and even Ruby so that I could automate a lot of my computing, and I was pleasantly surprised when I realized Autoit could just connect with and control windows by my telling it to.

The biggest problem I am having with Autoit is the lack of documentation ( I am not a good enough coder to just sit down and hack out the code). Say what you will about Perl, it is thoroughly documented. So while looking for a toot or something like it, I noticed the lack of the usually omnipresent "Hello World" program. And then I noticed that there is no "print" statement. I mentioned how badly I code, so how will I ever debug my progs without print?

Or did I just stupidly miss the thing.

Bruce

btw I did try to RTFM

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Lack of documentation? Hah. You don't know how nice AutoIt's documentation is until you use something else that doesn't have such thorough documentation.

Anyway, MsgBox, TrayTip (Windows 2000/XP or later) or ToolTip can all be used for on-screen debugging. FileWrite can be used write to a log file.

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