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Chris86

Hello. Im trying to make an script that can post commands into php scripts, and get info about what the php script want.

like if the php script want to check if im logged in. then the au3 script has an If get CMD: login.php?checklogin= then it posts login.php?checklogin=True or 1

can someone help me?

any more question about this. post an topic here

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DaleHohm

Not a very good description of the situation. Also, you'll do much better if you post some code you've tried, no matter how bad it is.

Dale


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can someone help me?

I'm afraid not as long as you don't provide a clear description of your problem! The requirement: "and get info about what the php script want." is very "fuzzy". How can we know what the php script "wants"?

any more question about this. post an topic here

where else should we post ???


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