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Where is APIFileReadWrite.au3?

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vatobeto

Oi, boa noite.

I have been researching the forums, and see references to the file, "APIFileReadWrite.au3", which contains functions I need. Only problem - WTHII?

I have the latest Beta Autoit3, but that file is nowhere to be found. Can anyone help? What I'm trying to do is build a sort of

Graphics SED, to edit graphics files without specifically opening them with an app like Photoshop. Therefore, I need binary file read/write capacity in AutoIt.

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vatobeto

Hi,

See my sig for my TailRWapi, which incorprates that; or search under Larry..

Randall

Muito obrigado - Tudo legal!

Thanks a bunch. Found just what I needed within your code file. What a gracious bunch you Autoiters are!

vatobeto. :)

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