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Mat

I have looked, and am presuming they are somehow built into Autoit3.exe, as I can't find them.

basically, I would like use parts of the script for TimerInit etc. and its not in includes.

are they in the cpp source code? I tried "autoit-docs-v3.3.0.0-src.exe" as it sounded sourcy.... but it has all the examples from the helpfile instead.

Any help?

MDiesel

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Jos

I have looked, and am presuming they are somehow built into Autoit3.exe, as I can't find them.

basically, I would like use parts of the script for TimerInit etc. and its not in includes.

I am surprised you are asking this question as it is clear its a build in function when you look at the helpfile.

are they in the cpp source code? I tried "autoit-docs-v3.3.0.0-src.exe" as it sounded sourcy.... but it has all the examples from the helpfile instead.

Any help?

MDiesel

It is part of the available source but you will have to download the program source not the helpfile source. ^_^

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Richard Robertson

You are the second person recently to try to find the old AutoIt source and fail.

Don't bother though, it's much too old. And yes, it is C++ code.

Edit: Hey there Jos

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Mat

kk thanks. I'll have to do without. I learnt something new by downloading the helpfile source anyway!!

@Jos

if you look at the wording i am more guilty of stating the obvious than asking a stupid question. Stating the obvious, such as "Read the helpfile" are essential to the forum. I was saving someone from replying to tell me they are inbuilt functions.

I realised the second bit too... but i couldn't find the actual source and it saved you from asking "Have you tried looking"

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Jos

if you look at the wording i am more guilty of stating the obvious than asking a stupid question. Stating the obvious, such as "Read the helpfile" are essential to the forum. I was saving someone from replying to tell me they are inbuilt functions.

mmm.. don't think I said you asked a stupid question as far as I can tell... just that I was surprised you asked and even stated you check the includes.

Jos ^_^

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Mat

...I am surprised you are asking this question...

OK, I added stupid. ^_^

Once again, my excuse is that I was saving someone silly from posting "Look in the includes".

MDiesel ;)

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GEOSoft

George once again states the obvious

If the Function starts with _ (underscore) it's a UDF otherwise it's a function native to AutoIt which of course is written in C++. If I recall correctly, we didn't even have TimerInit() and TimerDiff() in the last available version of the source. It was TimerStart() and TimerStop()


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Mat

I gathered that much. you could probably simplify my post down to:

"Where is the autoit source. and is it in cpp"

but I decided to elaborate, and now Jos is miles ahead of Smoke_N on posts... ^_^

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monoceres

If you're not familiar with C syntax you will find it easier to just ask how autoit handles things internally instead of going through that old source.


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