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Need Decent Explantion On @Comspec

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lol, :) what happen if you open the command line and write:

echo %comspec%

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

@ComSpec

value of %comspec%, the SPECified secondary COMmand interpreter;

primarly for command line uses, e.g. Run(@ComSpec & " /k help | more")

Hmm... this is so wrong. Maybe this.

AutoIt has an number of Macros that are special read-only variables used by AutoIt. Macros start with the @ character instead of the usual $ so are easy to tell apart. As with normal variables you can use macros in expressions but you cannot assign a value to them.

The pre-defined macros are generally used to provide easy access to system information like the location of the Windows directory, or the name of the logged on user.

AutoIt syntax for what? Edited by system24

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

I know what ComSpec is, i need the autoit syntax, jeez.

Yes you know because you have put @COMSPEC in the title to this thread, so why are you asking?

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Need decent explanation on question being asked.

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What more is there to explain about it?

It's a macro, which contains the file path to command line interpreter.

MsgBox(0, "Oh my GOD! What is this?!", @ComSpec)

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pretty sure hes asking on how to use @comspec in a run () statement such as from the help file:

To run DOS (console) commands, try Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & 'commandName', "", @SW_HIDE) ; don't forget " " before "/c"


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Then they should read up on the command line switches the command line interpreter supports, and not the @ComSpec macro. :)

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Then they should read up on the command line switches the command line interpreter supports, and not the @ComSpec macro. :)

that would be the most logical thing to do wouldnt it?


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Yup.

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explanation on comspec <contact your enemy, google> that u know about comspec,

comspec on autoit

@ComSpec      

value of %comspec%, the Specified secondary Command interpreter;
primarily for command line uses, e.g.  Run(@ComSpec & " /k help | more")

so now, having this here, probably the title needs to be changed to reflect the actual requirement.

i would say the title should have read

need a detailed illustration of comspec usage / application

further, google may too much, but forum search is good enough, i would think

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=88370

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