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Hey Tech support:

Thank you for reading my message. I am very new to here and I have very limited programming experiences.

I am glad your company offering me a free software like AutoIt. My plan is to develope a program that will automate testing needs. I work for semi-conductor company. We need to characterize lots of transistors according to the spec. So, we use our software to do programming and erase until the value reach to our spec. For example, if the initial test voltage is 3.5V and our spec is to set at 2.8V, then we need to do erase and programming. I was wondering can AutoIt recognize the test result? If not, then automatically move the mouse to erase button, and program button, and then hit test, and see the results, if it is not matches again, then repeart the procedures until it match our spec and stop.

If it does, what area of the software (function, macro....)I shall look at and how does the sotware recognize the value or graph and do the according response? BTW, Why you have a section called "GUI" which my understanding is to create user interface in order to respond what come out from the windows?

Anyway, thanks a lot, I have been reading your help menu from the software download but still have lots of unknown, do you have a book that talk about this software and hands on exercises?

Happy new year and thank you so much!

Alex Cai

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Download yourself a copy of AutoIt (the current version is 3.2.10.0) and to make your life easier, also download the customized editor SciTE. In the AutoIt3.chm help file are some basic tutorials and first scripts to get you started. Find the functions you might need and experiment with the help file's example script for that function. When you get stuck, post your questions here.

You are using some testing software already and just need some basic GUI automation, it sounds like. That won't be hard to do, but you need to start with the basics in the help file tutorials.

Welcome to AutoIt.

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Don't forget Valuater's AutoIT 1-2-3, check it out in the penguins sig or my sig.

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Don't forget Valuater's AutoIT 1-2-3, check it out in the penguins sig or my sig.

Thank you for the suggestions. I have downloaded AutoIT 1-2-3, it was very good. but I am new to programming, I still have few questions for the Lesson 2 would like to ask you guys. The source code is written as this:

include <GuiConstants.au3> ;so this one is like directory, every C or C++ source code contains include header file, but where is this library in the help?

GUICreate("Object Test", 614, 370) ;Create the GUI with a title of, Object Test. I understand this.

GUISetFont(9, 400, -1, "MS Sans Serif") ;set the font size to number 9, the weight, and the style, I think this function has 5 parameters. The fifth parameter is called "winhadle", the explanation from the help is this "[optional] Windows handle as returned by GUICreate (default is the previously used window)" What is the meaning of "Windows handle as returned by GUICreate"?

$B_oIE1 = ObjCreate("Shell.Explorer.2") ;create the, explorer object. So, $B_oIE1 is the variable that function ObjCreate is going to return to, the "Shell.Explorer" is the internal window application, if "Explorer" is referring to internet explorer, then what is .2 mean? can we name is this as "$B_oIE1 = ObjCreate("Shell.Explorer.3)"?

$Breaktime = GUICtrlCreateObj($B_oIE1, -1, -1, 500, 370) ;so, in this case, another object variable "$Breaktime" is created, and the function "GUICtrlCreatObj" will return to this?

$html = "about:CONGRADULATIONS!!! - You have passed, Level I Basic Exam......... To Show Autoit can be Fun Too!!!..... Please Press *Enter Break*" & @CR ;My understanding for this is a variable called html will hold all the text within the "", but why "about" didn't get print out within "Object Test" window?

$B_oIE1.navigate ( $html) ; navigate the explorer object to the html variable, ( known as about ). This is the most trouble one for me, could you explain to me what is this, and how to form this? My understanding is in order to navigate the "Object Test"window, I have to creat a function that is variable ($name) + (.) and navigate (html)? I am trying to find out where the navigate come from in the help, I couldn't find it. and I got lost completly, could you explan this in details?

; create the two buttons.

$BrkStart = GUICtrlCreateButton("&Enter Break", 515, 300, 80, 25)

$BrkEnd = GUICtrlCreateButton("&Exit", 515, 330, 80, 25)

;I understand this

GUISetState() ;set the GUI as Visible. I understand this.

While 1 ; start loop, so the script continues and does not exit. I understand this

$msg = GUIGetMsg() //listen for a message. I got it.

If $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Or $msg = $BrkEnd Then ; if exit is pressed, then exit the script. got it.

Exit

EndIf

If $msg = $BrkStart And IsObj($B_oIE1) Then

$B_oIE1.navigate ('http://www.neave.com/games/tictactoe/game.php') ;if this button is pushed, we navigate the object to the game site. again could you explain this "$B_oIE1.navigate('http://www.neave.com/games/tictactoe/game.php')"

EndIf

WEnd ; end loop.

Sorry about this stuff, I am a beginner, really like to catch up lot of things here and thank you so much!

Alex

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$B_oIE1.navigate('http://www.neave.com/games/tictactoe/game.php')

That would Navigate the Object, In this case $B_oIE1, So, it will load the page "http://www.neave.com/games/tictactoe/game.php".


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