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ping -l 1420 www.google.com

how to do it in hidden with autoit ? ty in advance ...

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waramer1

no one know ?

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waramer1

rly ?

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waramer1

OK SO

how to make in au3 format this batch ligne :

ping -f -l 1420 www.google.fr

It must be hidden (not with the black consol)

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Jos

OK SO

how to make in au3 format this batch ligne :

ping -f -l 1420 www.google.fr

It must be hidden (not with the black consol)

Look in the helpfile for RunWait() and @SW_Hide... :)

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ty

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while 1

run( @comspec & " /c ping -f -l 1420 www.google.net ","",@SW_HIDE)

wend

is it good ?

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waramer1

Do u know if that can work :

while 1

run( @comspec & " /c ping -f -l 1420 www.google.net ","",@SW_HIDE)

wend

if not why

ty :)

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waramer1

Plz ! How to do a boucle (loop.. goto loop) with this line :

run( @comspec & " /c ping -f -l 1420 www.google.net ","",@SW_HIDE)

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fuck

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while 1

run( @comspec & " /c ping -f -l 1420 www.google.net ","",@SW_HIDE)

wend

is it good ?

No, it is not good. This will start another instance of the ping over and over in a tight loop, without waiting for any of them to complete. I will probably cause some kind of resource error for windows once you have hundreds or thousands of instances running.

Use RunWait() instead of Run() to wait for one process to close before starting another.

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