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slight problem using send()

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Alright i'm writing a script that uses a $user and $pass variables

the problem comes in one part of the script where i have to use a Send() to type the user credentials into a login prompt and one of the users using this script has a # in his password. i know to send that character you have to use {#} but is there a way that the script can detect that and change it so that it sends it correctly?

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Alright i'm writing a script that uses a $user and $pass variables

the problem comes in one part of the script where i have to use a Send() to type the user credentials into a login prompt and one of the users using this script has a # in his password. i know to send that character you have to use {#} but is there a way that the script can detect that and change it so that it sends it correctly?

So whats the problem?

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Alright i'm writing a script that uses a $user and $pass variables

the problem comes in one part of the script where i have to use a Send() to type the user credentials into a login prompt and one of the users using this script has a # in his password. i know to send that character you have to use {#} but is there a way that the script can detect that and change it so that it sends it correctly?

I think what you're after is

$pass = StringReplace($pass,'#','{#}')

or maybe

Send(StringReplace($pass,'#','{#}'))
Edited by martin

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