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herworth

When I use a variable as a filename eg $file = FileSaveDialog(etc ..) I can't get it to open because I can't get the quotes right.

Runwait('"zipgenius.exe" "example.zip"') is OK but

Runwait("Zipgenius.exe " & $file) is not.

Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance

Peter


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Jos

Peter,

you can try it this way:

Runwait('Zipgenius.exe "' & $file & '"')

this will put " arround your parameters...

or

Runwait('"Zipgenius.exe ' & $file & '"')

will put " arround the whole command....

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Try ..

;Nesting (") within (')

Runwait('Zipgenius.exe "' & $file & '"')

;Nesting ("") within (")

Runwait("Zipgenius.exe """ & $file & """")

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herworth

Thanks to both of you. I thought I'd tried every combination of quotes but

Runwait("zip """ & $file & """")
worked.

Peter


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Neoborn

Run("DCPlusPlus.exe", @ProgramsDir & '"\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11"',)

Can anyone tell me why this won't work?


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MHz

Run("DCPlusPlus.exe", @ProgramsDir & '"\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11"',)

Can anyone tell me why this won't work?

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The last comma should not be in the function. This will only produce error.

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SlimShady

And if the executable is not in your PATH environment variable, you need to specify the full path.

If NewSettings.reg is in C:\utilities, this will work:

Run('REGEDIT.EXE /S NewSettings.reg', 'C:\utilities')

This won't work without changing the PATH environment variable:

Run('AutoIt3.exe Test.au3', 'C:\Program Files\AutoIt3')

So, to prevent problems it's better to use the full path.

Like this:

Run('C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt3.exe Test.au3', 'C:\scripts')

or this:

Run('C:\Program Files\AutoIt3\AutoIt3.exe C:\scripts\Test.au3')
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Neoborn

Thank you for replying. Can you fix this to what it should be to give me a solid guide?:

D:\Program Files\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11\DCPlusPlus.exe

Thanks in advance


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SlimShady

RunWait('D:\Program Files\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11\DCPlusPlus.exe')

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Neoborn

dude you rock. What about the other one then? How would you make Run("DCPlusPlus.exe", @ProgramsDir & '"\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11"',) work, if RunWait('D:\Program Files\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11\DCPlusPlus.exe', "", @SW_MAXIMIZE) does?

Man I suck at the engleesh langwidch sum tymes.


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SlimShady

This is just because I can't sleep.

Run(@ProgramFilesDir & "\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11\DCPlusPlus.exe")

Now learn the AutoIt language or get the f___ outta here.

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Neoborn

This is just because I can't sleep.

Run(@ProgramFilesDir & "\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11\DCPlusPlus.exe")

Now learn the AutoIt language or get the f___ outta here.

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What do you think you have been helping me do? :D:D

Before I have ever asked a question I have read the help file and tried to do it on my own. Dude if you don't want to help then please don't! Only happy helpers need apply! :)


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MHz

Run("DCPlusPlus.exe", @ProgramsDir & '"\Xrc Connect\Xrc Connect 6a11"') 

Forget the working directory, for now. Does Run("DCPlusPlus.exe") work ? Unless it is in the same directory, or a system path, like system32 folder, then it will fail. Same as running a command from a dos box or run window. But if you give a full address to it's whereabouts, then it will work. But another problem maybe that it will execute through Run(), but the executable may need a working folder, to see the support files, that it will work with. So then, a working directory is added.

What does this mean?

The Working Directory parameter in Run(), is NO substitute for the full address being needed.

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Neoborn

Thank you as well MHZ.


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