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AutoIt script to VBScript converter?

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I was referred to post here. In regards to the VBScript to AutoIt script converter thread

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...mp;#entry526082

It would be nice to have a reverse converter - AutoIt script to VBScript. Does one currently exist?

As with the current converter this thread refers to, you can never get a 100% conversion depending on the things you do in VBScript as you can mix VB with WMI, WSH, ASP, and other ActiveX/COM objects.

But for the basic stuff, it sure would be nice to have it the other way around as well. I'm accustomed to using VBScript and it offers more capabilities (albeit sometimes more code compared to using AutoIt). There are some things AutoIt can't do that VBScript can and I'd prefer not to have to learn another language if I don't have to.

Manual conversion is always possible but more time consuming.

Any feedback is appreciated. :)

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Hmmmmm. I thought you had already asked this.

To the best of my knowledge that has not been done yet. Most AutoIt users want the opposite.


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