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rehcarlos

I'm new in AutoIT program...

Err...I want a Loop code that stays in loop until i enter the keyboard ENTER.

Can i do it?

Sorry my bad english...

Bye!

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Jos

I'm new in AutoIT program...

Err...I want a Loop code that stays in loop until i enter the keyboard ENTER.

Can i do it?

Sure... what did you try and isn't working ?

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rehcarlos

Thats the problem xD I really don't know where to start.

So...I'm asking here...there are a lot of Loop codes...

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Jos

Thats the problem xD I really don't know where to start.

So...I'm asking here...there are a lot of Loop codes...

A good place to start is:

1. Open the helpfile and look at HotKeySet().

2. Search the forum because this has been asked many times.

Enjoy,

Jos


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rehcarlos

Hi Jos, I'm trying here, but isn't working, he doesn't begin the Loop.

I'm doing:

Do
          My Script here
Until Send("{ENTER}")
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rehcarlos

Yeah... with HotKeySet he started the Loop, but doesn't stops!

Do

MyScript

Until HotKeySet("{ENTER}")

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Yeah... with HotKeySet he started the Loop, but doesn't stops!

Do

MyScript

Until HotKeySet("{ENTER}")

Maybe you should start here... http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=21048

Once you get this down, then you'll understand a lot more, and you will write the code much faster with some type of understanding of what is going on.


Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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rehcarlos

Uhmn....but can't you help me only in this problem?

Looks like i'm doing allright.

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Vindicator209

Look up the parameters for HotKeySet and how it works...

At the beginning of your script you should have set set your hot key (enter) and the function to call when the key is pressed,

HotKeySet("{ENTER}","MyFunction")

;Script

Func MyFunction() ;< here your telling it what to do when this function is called

;Actions here

EndFunc ; stop

It's really hard to help you without giving you the whole code, so I left the loop part for you to do

EDIT: I do suggest you do the 1-2-3 autoit thing above ^ thats how I started... though I never finished it, lol... it stopped working for me XD

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Jos

Uhmn....but can't you help me only in this problem?

Looks like i'm doing allright.

Don't try to run before you can walk.

Giving you some working code doesn'ty help you when the HotKEySet() example in the helpfile isn't clear for you.

Do as been suggested and learn the language first.

Jos


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