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StdoutRead() - does it require WIN32_NT?

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I'm troubleshooting a file search function (specifically, a slightly modified version of this one) under Windows 98. The function seems to lock up the AutoIt executable whenever it's called. After a bit of testing it appears that the dir command works fine under 9x, and nothing else in that function appears to be NT-specific. I searched the help file, and it doesn't specify that StdoutRead() requires an NT-based kernel, but I can't find anything else that may cause the problem.

So, does StdoutRead() require @OSType == WIN32_NT, or should it work under Windows 9x as well? If it should work under either, does anyone have any other suggestions why this function won't work?

Thanks.

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