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usera

Greeting,

have a question for get the information for running program itself.

for example:

I did compile an application call ABC.EXE. in order to prevent be infected by virus, program itself did check the CRC, but how to prevent someone change the file name to DEF.EXE. but program know it is ABC.exe still.

in the older time (DOS) the current application will create a PSP environment, and in 80H can find the current application name.

how to use the script get the same information?

Thanks

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FreeFry

ConsoleWrite(@AutoItExe & @LF & "or" & @LF & StringTrimLeft(@AutoItExe, StringInStr(@AutoItExe, "\", 0, -1)) & @LF & "?" & @LF)

Is that what you mean? ^_^

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usera

ConsoleWrite(@AutoItExe & @LF & "or" & @LF & StringTrimLeft(@AutoItExe, StringInStr(@AutoItExe, "\", 0, -1)) & @LF & "?" & @LF)

Is that what you mean? ^_^

Thanks, kind of, what I am looking for is. if the compiled file call abc.exe and it is running from c:\program file\abc\abc.exe then the code show that information: c:\program file\abc\abc.exe. if it is running from f:\abc.exe then the code shows f:\abc.exe.

Thanks ;)

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FreeFry

Yeah.. ^_^

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usera

Yeah.. ^_^

???

Sorry, I may still need help for that code. I did check the macro @ but can NOT find what I am looking for.

Thanks

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Melba23

usera,

As explained in the Help file, the @AutoItExe macro gives you "The full path and filename of the AutoIt executable currently running. For compiled scripts it is the path of the compiled script.".

FreeFry's code just wrote the full path and the filename in the SciTE console.

If you want to check that the name of your compiled file has not been changed, you need to add some code like this:

If @AutotItExe <> "C:\FilePath\Filename" Then   ; you obviously put the correct string in here!
    MsgBox(0, "Oops", "Not the file I thought I was!" & @CRLF & "Exiting")
    Exit
EndIf

I hope that is clear.

M23


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usera

Thanks

As explained in the Help file, the @AutoItExe macro gives you "The full path and filename of the AutoIt executable currently running. For compiled scripts it is the path of the compiled script.".

works for me.

Thanks

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