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2, i have this code in order to login ftp in dos

Runwait(@ComSpec & " /k "& "ftp www.darksoul.110mb.com",@WindowsDir,@SW_SHOW)
controlsend("cmd.exe","User <www.darksoul.110mb.com:<none>>:","","darksoul")
controlsend("cmd.exe","Password :","","xamplepass")

but in the line ask for username :

User <www.darksoul.110mb.com:<none>>:

the darksoul wasn't type in, some body can help me ?

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You would need to use StdinWrite to write to the command prompt window. An easier way is just use an FTP script. ftp -s:scriptname ftp.whatever.org. The script is just a simple text file with the commands you want to run. Here's a little example using the script to login, and then stdinwrite to get the file. (It downloads Firefox version 3 beta 3). Note this is kind of ugly, as I'm not too good at using autoit with the command prompt. But until someone better comes along hopefully this will give you some ideas.

#include <Constants.au3>

$foo = Run(@ComSpec & " /c ftp -s:test.scr ftp.mozilla.org","c:\",@SW_HIDE,$STDIN_CHILD + $STDOUT_CHILD)

StdinWrite($foo,"get " & Chr(34) & "Firefox Setup 3.0 Beta 3.exe" & Chr(34) & @CRLF)

The script file is just a list of commands. eg open up notepad and create file c:\test.scr and paste in the following:


cd /pub/firefox/releases/3.0b3/win32/en-US

(the blank line after "anonymous" is for the password. no password needed on ftp.mozilla.org)

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