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How do I get AutoIT to display a .txt file?

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I have a file.txt

I need AutoIt to display to screen (as if double-clicking, or 'open')

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i don't understand much, is it FileOpen() ?


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I have a file.txt

I need AutoIt to display to screen (as if double-clicking, or 'open')

Run ('notepad.exe "yourfile"')

:)


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Works a treat. Many thanks :)

A problem has occured...

I need to open a text file (via notepad) in the same folder as the AutoIT executable.

This works:

Run ('notepad.exe "C:\music\VED checker\veds log.txt"')

But this doesn't:

$path = "'notepad.exe " & chr(34) & @ScriptDir & "\veds log.txt" & chr(34) & "'"
run ($path)

:)

Edited by dazza

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