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Mintz

so if i said

$1 = GUIctrlcreatebutton(???)

How would i make my parameters so that i could later say...

$B1 = $1(???)

and how would any parameters come after that?

also, with that on my mind, can i get an indepth explination of

$msg = GUIgetmsg

...

...

...

case $msg[0]

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Zacharot

Guictrlcreatebutton returns a handle to the button, think of it as a reference number

you can then move that number around like any other number, but you cant use it like a button, you need to pass that number to functions that do the work, like $text = guictrlgettext($1)

$msg = GuiGetMsg() gets another handle, but this time to an event on a control, it returns ( I think ) the handle to the control, so you can do the comparisons. $msg[0] is when you have multiple windows, with controls on each, it allows you to pick your window (1,2,3,etc) then get the msg for that window.

:rolleyes:

P.S. you need to understand functions, such as GuiCtrlCreateButton(), which RETURN data when you set them to a variable, you cant assign the action that the function does to the variable, just it's return value.

example! it's fake, dont try it, it's just for explanation.

$count = NumberOfProcsInASingleProcessorSystem()

$count will equal 1 :rambo:

Edited by Zacharot

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