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Programming language compatible with AutoIT?

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Hello,

I have created two simple master/slave AutoIT scripts that use TCP to send a command from my PC to a remote one.

The remote PC has a TV tuner card in it, and streams content over the LAN to our other PCs. The "master" script runs on client/desktop PCs and can send commands to the "slave" script that is running on the remote PC with the tuner card, the commands send to remote PC make the script send keys to the tuner software to change the channel.

This works fine, but I have now got a PDA that has WiFi and runs WindowsCE and I want to create a version of the master software that can runs on Windows CE send commands to the slave software. I'm not a developer so I'll have to learn a language to create this with, since AutoIT doesn't support CE, but that is something I have been wanting to do anyway.

My question is what language would be easiest to create a gui based program that can send simple TCP commands with (that hopefully can interact with my slave AutoIT script because I don't want to re-write that too)?

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I suggest using .Net because the .Net compact framework runs on mobile devices, and includes the socket control.

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