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MetalSpongebob

Hi,my question is "simple",i know a "little" of c++ but I'm curious,what is the code in c++ for the macro @Sw_hide,to hide a window,for example the window of the command promt


Noob but ethical

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Richard Robertson

Or in short, just use SW_HIDE. Some of the AutoIt stuffs were named similarly to their native counterparts.

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James

Just wandering but how is AutoIt compiled? Is it converted to C++ or what? - DUH if it did then it would work on Linux etc

I mean is AutoIt like a processor?

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Valik

Just wandering but how is AutoIt compiled?

With Visual Studio.

Is it converted to C++ or what?

It's written in C++.

DUH if it did then it would work on Linux etc

Uhh. How you jumped to this conclusion I can't even fathom.

I mean is AutoIt like a processor?

It's an interpreter.

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Valik

Ok, I just got a tad confused. I didn't mean what editor do you use but w/e.

Have you got a diagram showing the processes?

You're still confused. First, Visual Studio isn't an "editor", it's an IDE. Which means we use a Microsoft compiler. Second... diagram? What are you on about now?

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evilertoaster

Yes ok I understand.

By diagram I mean the processing of how AutoIt works. Reasonable question.

There's some diagrams on this page-

http://homepages.com.pk/kashman/jvm.htm

Which show the general idea...

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Swift

Why is this topic in Devolper Chat?

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Jos

Why is this topic in Devolper Chat?

..and why did you feel the urge to say this while a Dev commented in this thread ?

I would think he's capable enough to determine if it needs to be moved or not without you commenting.

Having said that: Why would it not be a good place to ask a C++ language question? Have you read the purpose of this Forum?


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Valik

Yes ok I understand.

By diagram I mean the processing of how AutoIt works. Reasonable question.

Maybe you have a reasonable goal in mind but your questions aren't. They are incredibly vague. I don't know if you're asking for implementation details of AutoIt or if all you really want is what evilertoaster posted. Or if you want something else entirely.

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Richard Robertson

When did George post here?

You want a description of how it works? This is a very simple version.

Source.au3 gets packed into the AutoItSC.bin. That result gets compressed optionally with UPX. It gets renamed to .exe. Do you really need to know any more than that?

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jvanegmond

Maybe you have a reasonable goal in mind but your questions aren't. They are incredibly vague.

I fell of my chair laughing.

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Richard Robertson

That's what you get for sitting.

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BrettF
Richard Robertson

I use my laptop in my bed. It's much more cozy.

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jvanegmond

I use my laptop in my bed. It's much more cozy.

I do this sometimes too, but my laptop has problems cooling down in my bed, so it gets very hot.

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NELyon

I do this sometimes too, but my laptop has problems cooling down in my bed, so it gets very hot.

Are you sure It's not just all the pornz you got going on in your bed?

:)

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