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IE.au3 objects info help

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Hi im kinda new to programing and i was looking for some explanation about the .something after the variables like

$oImg.src

$oImg.altR

$oImg.nameProp

$oImg.height

$oImg.width

$oImg.border

i know the $oImg is the image i'm using but the others i'm not sure.

so where do they come from? is there a list with explanation with all of them i can use?

thx

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if you are new to programming then the concept my be hard to grasp but simply the .scr and what not are properties of the object.

Think of an object as a collection of properties. so the oImg has a number of properties you can access, some of which you have listed. Generally when the image object is created, these properties are set.

Each object has a definition, like a blue print, so you know properties are going to be in it before it gets created. I suggest you look up classes and objects for a better understanding.

I am going to assume this is a HTML object - this should help. http://www.w3schools.com/HTMLDOM/dom_obj_image.asp. The _IEImgGetCollection example in the help file shows this in practice.

Hope that helps :P


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this exactly what i was looking for thanks!

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