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Write Stream in AutoIt ?

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Hi,

I have noticed that I can compile a script as a console application.

Now I'm asking myself if there is any possibility to write into the standard output stream, something like StdOutWrite().

In the helpfile is no function that points to it ... :D

Could anyone tell me more about that, please ?

Thanx a lot.

Greetz

Greenhorn

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It was also my first thought, but as far as I know is the ConsoleWrite function for Editors which can handle writing into a console, isn't it ...?

Hmmm, but maybe ... :D

I will give it a try.

Greetz

Greenhorn

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Greenhorn,

When you compile the executable as a console app, all ConsoleWrite ouput is displayed in the console window. So you can have a GUI program which logs to a console!

It was also my first thought, but as far as I know is the ConsoleWrite function for Editors which can handle writing into a console, isn't it ...?

Hmmm, but maybe ... :D

I will give it a try.

Greetz

Greenhorn


OS: Windows XP SP2, AutoIt version: 3.2.12.0

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