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Hi there,

I was wondering if there is a way to read the value of a variable from a c++ program that is running (get it from the memory or something).

Thanks in advance.

Yes, but you need to be able to find the memory location for the variable which might not only be difficult but might not stay the same.

If you can modify the source code of the C++ program then you can send a message to AuoIt with the address, or if it is an integer then you can just send the value.

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