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I am a newbie. I want to make an autoit script out of the batch file below but I'm struggling with the goto label. Also how do I get the location of the ramdrv whe I don't know it. Windows recognized %ramdrv% a the correct variable even though the registry desginates the ramdrive at %temp%.

if NOT exist %ramdrv% goto ERROR

:CHECK

md %ramdrv%\New >nul

if not errorlevel 0 goto ERROR

copy %systemdrive%\test\. %ramdrv%\new >nul

goto end

:ERROR

Echo There was an error.

pause

goto end

:End

Exit

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translate them make the goto into a function call _End() or _Error()

Func _End()

Exit

EndFunc

Func _Error()

MsgBox(0,'','Error has occured')

_End()

EndFunc

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You can use a dummy loop  :lmao:  .. see the Wiki for an example.

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OK. I've come up with this, which seems ok until the end where the endif statment generates an error

$var1 = RegRead("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\FolderPath", "XXX")

DirCreate ( "$var1\New" )

IfExists("$var1\New") Then

FileCopy("@SystemDir\Test\*.*", "var1\new\*.*"

Else

MsgBox(0,"", "There was an error")

EndIf

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Click on the portion of MHz's sig that says "Scite4AutoIt" and use that to write your code in. It's simply marvelous. It makes writing code much easier (not just AU3 either.) And it contains functions and tools that would have notified you of that error before you would have compiled the script.

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Seems like the trailing enclosing parenthesis isn't the problem either. Put it in, AutoIt still flags the "Else" statement in line five. I don't understand because my scrip is almost virtually the same thing as this example in the docs:

If FileExists("D:\") Then

MsgBox(4096, "", "D: exists.")

Else

MsgBox(4096,"", "D: does not exist.")

EndIf

I give up.

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Seems like the trailing enclosing parenthesis isn't the problem either. Put it in, AutoIt still flags the "Else" statement in line five. I don't understand because my scrip is almost virtually the same thing as this example in the docs:

If FileExists("D:\") Then

    MsgBox(4096, "", "D: exists.")

Else

    MsgBox(4096,"", "D: does not exist.")

EndIf

I give up.

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You're using FileExists for a drive, not a file.

Try looking at "DriveGetDrive"

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Seems like the trailing enclosing parenthesis isn't the problem either. Put it in, AutoIt still flags the "Else" statement in line five.

[..]

I give up.

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It's probably complaining about the Else cos you don't have an If

:lmao:

Edit: it's interpreting your IfExists as a UDF

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