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really stupid question ( i think)

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so i have this line

RunWait ('java Varzuitor -d c:\\config.syq "E:\\driver webcam ks-198\\PCARD\\CatalogCard" ' , "", @SW_HIDE)

i whant to put a variable in this line , and to write line in a txt file, something like this:

$test = "local folder"

$string = " RunWait ('java Varzuitor -d c:\\config.syq "E:\\driver webcam ks-198\\PCARD\\local folder" ' , "", @SW_HIDE) "

$line = 2

filewriteline ("c:\test.txt", $string, $line)

the problem i have is that i cannot put the string into a variable. it contens some stupid ' and "" and i try some combination but with no succes.

can you help me to fine the right form of $string?

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I would imagine you have to read the file or use StdOutRead myself.

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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