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Yo,

How do I convert VB variables e.g 32514& into an AutoIt accepted number? I'm not sure if it's hex or what.

Any help please?


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rasim

Yo,

How do I convert VB variables e.g 32514& into an AutoIt accepted number? I'm not sure if it's hex or what.

Any help please?

I think this is just a 32514 :)

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Zinthose

Yo,

How do I convert VB variables e.g 32514& into an AutoIt accepted number? I'm not sure if it's hex or what.

Any help please?

Visual Basic uses some special characters to allow the programmer to specify the data types of inline literals.
  • % = Integer
  • & = Long
  • @ = Decimal
  • ! = Single
  • # = Double
  • $ = String
Since AutoIt dose not adhere to Strict datatypeing, these should be of no concern to typical AutoIt programmers.

You can read more on the topic at: Visual Basic 2005 Programmer's Reference.

Edited by Zinthose

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