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Pass Autoit Variables out to a cmd batch script

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adr3nal1n

Hi,

I've looked through the various docs, faqs etc but I must be missing something,

I am basically trying to create a simple gui front end window for a batch script I have written.

I would like a single window with 9 input boxes and a 'Submit' button. Once all 9 input boxes have been completed by the user, how do i then pass all input variable data out to my batch script and then close the window? I know I need to use _rundos but I can't find the syntax required for passing variables out to a batch (maybe as parameters?).

Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.

Lee.

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FireFox

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$InputBox = InputBox("title", "prompt", "somthing")

_RunDOS("yourfile " & $InputBox)

(yourfile = your batch file without .bat)

Cheers, FireFox.


 

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Thanks you very much for such a fast response, much appreciated.

Lee.

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