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Is it possible if is written in a XML file for example:

<BUTTON>

<BUTTONS>

<NAME>Trick</NAME>

<LIST>Hello</LIST

</BUTTONS>

</BUTTON>

And I have a simple button in a GUI whit something written on it to change what ever is written on it to a name that is written in a XML file under NAME tags in this case the name is Trick.

And how to create if that button is pressed (in previous example) and write that in a list box what is between the <LIST> tags.

Thank you.

PS: It doesn't have to be a XML file it can be Access data base file that would be better, but whatever is easier.

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OK

Is it possible if is written in a XML file for example:

<BUTTON>

<BUTTONS>

<NAME>Trick</NAME>

<LIST>Hello</LIST

</BUTTONS>

</BUTTON>

And I have a simple button in a GUI whit something written on it to change what ever is written on it to a name that is written in a XML file under NAME tags in this case the name is Trick.

And how to create if that button is pressed (in previous example) and write that in a list box what is between the <LIST> tags.

Thank you.

PS: It doesn't have to be a XML file it can be Access data base file that would be better, but whatever is easier.

If you want to do it in XML, look at eltorro's XML DOM Wrapper UDF

If you want to do it in an SQL database, look up the SQLite functions included with the latest version of AutoIt.

If you want to do it with .ini files, the built in functions for that have been in AutoIt for a looooong time.

:rolleyes:


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