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Differences and Combination

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Having grown accustomed to programming languages such as Visual Basic and C+, I am a bit reluctant to indulge in scripting with AutoIt, only because I have little expetation of benefiting from it due to my understanding of the superiority of complete programming languages. But I have heard how powerful this language is when it comes to automating tasks, and I know that this is not so easily done in programming languages like the ones I've mentioned. Therefore, although I am not accustomed to its simplicity, because I look for complex ways of doing things, my weariness of the coding automated tasks in such ways has lead me to settle with AutoIt. So here is my question: How do I combine the easy interface of AuoIt to use for automation, and the more complicated interfaces that are more powerful for other things?


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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Autoit isn't just for automating things.... there are GUI interfaces..WINAPI registry changes.. GDI+ ect.... take a look in the help file and seeing how you know other languages already then i assume you will know what categories the funtions will go under... help file.. there is a link in my sig for the online docs

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what i mean is that you could probably write the entire thing in autoit instead of integrating it

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AutoItX is a way to integrate the functions of AutoIt to for example C++ or any other language. It has most of the functions you need for automating other program but has far from all the functions.

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