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how do i compile mycode.au3 to a [single instance] mycode.exe ?

i hope limit mycode.exe be executed in only ONE instance at anytime !

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Dear sir

how do i compile mycode.au3 to a [single instance] mycode.exe ?

i hope limit mycode.exe be executed in only ONE instance at anytime !

Check _SingleTon() in the helpfile :)

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Check _SingleTon() in the helpfile :)

1) thanks

2) how do i set the $sOccurenceName of mycode.au3 ?

or how do i get the $sOccurenceName of mycode.au3 ?

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$sOccurenceName is just a random string you choose that is supposed to be unique for your program, just choose something only you would choose, like "BigDogsprogram8435416"


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$sOccurenceName is just a random string you choose that is supposed to be unique for your program, just choose something only you would choose, like "BigDogsprogram8435416"

thank you ! :) i got it !

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thank you ! :) i got it !

oh , 1 more questions please .

is that meaning : i could set the $sOccurenceName all like "my1234768secret" in mycode1.au3 , mycode2.au3 and so on

then then i could let mycode1.au3 and mycode2.au2 .... COULD NOT be executed at the same time ?!!

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oh , 1 more questions please .

is that meaning : i could set the $sOccurenceName all like "my1234768secret" in mycode1.au3 , mycode2.au3 and so on

then then i could let mycode1.au3 and mycode2.au2 .... COULD NOT be executed at the same time ?!!

Correct, it looks at the used string to identify the process.

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