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Nbanonimous

hey guys

i have some working scripts

i made them into .exe files

will other people be able to work them without autoit?

i mean its an executable file, why cant peeps w/o autoit run it

and is there code that runs ur CPU to 100%?

i wanna try that lol

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Generator

When script is compiled into an exe, a user will be able to run it within the condition(such as OS environment).

CPU=100%=No sleep in loop

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Nahuel

What's the error he gets? Or it just doesn't run at all?

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Fossil Rock

What does your script do?


Agreement is not necessary - thinking for one's self is!

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therks

You know what? One time I tried to do something, but it didn't work. Can anyone tell me what I did wrong?

:P

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Fossil Rock

You know what? One time I tried to do something, but it didn't work. Can anyone tell me what I did wrong?

:P

Yeah, you assumed everyone else was a mind reader and wanted them to do the work for you.

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jvanegmond

hey guys

i have some working scripts

i made them into .exe files

will other people be able to work them without autoit?

YES!

i mean its an executable file, why cant peeps w/o autoit run it

Not true. They can run it.

and is there code that runs ur CPU to 100%?

i wanna try that lol

While 1

Wend

Unless you have a multi-core, it only goes up to 50%.

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