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I took a few programming classes at university 10 years ago, but have only programmed in a unix enviroment, and mostly with C and C++. I'm by no means an expert programmer.

I know almost nothing about programming in a windows environment. I'm looking for a book about using autoit that I can read on the train. Any recommendations?

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SmOke_N

I took a few programming classes at university 10 years ago, but have only programmed in a unix enviroment, and mostly with C and C++. I'm by no means an expert programmer.

I know almost nothing about programming in a windows environment. I'm looking for a book about using autoit that I can read on the train. Any recommendations?

There are no books as of yet. Most of us aren't literate enough to publish one :) .

There are some tuts you can use that may help you over the learning curve initially.

Learning to script with AutoIt by LxP

AutoIt 1-2-3 by Valuater


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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nobbe

its also possible to dump the autoit help file(s) AutoIt3.chm into a pdf file by using e.g. ghostscript pdf printer driver

or - before you see the pdf printed it is stored in the /temp directory as a regular html file

then the pdf can be printed out as well -. or i prefer to read on a pda or notebook

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