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Rajksingh

How to read data from GUI or oned file

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Hi All,

I am new in this forum.

I am using AutoIt to test my GUI application.

I have few questions:

1. I have opened a notepad and a file in notepad through AutoIt script. now I want to move my cursor to a char(lets #) in notepad. is it posible? can I read data from notepad through script? can I get position of that char, so I move cursor that point?

2. AutoIt can only autoamate only mouse move and click or can generate output report also?

eg: if I clicked a button through script, which open another dialog. can autoit test that dialog opened or not, can it generate reports?

Thanks & Regards

Rajesh

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Most of your quesion can be answered, look at

FileRead()

FileWrite()

WinExist()


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Thanks for reply.

But, my question is different.

I want to read a data from already opened document. from caret position.

Most of your quesion can be answered, look at

FileRead()

FileWrite()

WinExist()

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You could get creative with WinGetCaretPos() ... muttley

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