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Help with FileWrite

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I am doing a very simple autoit script..

basically i am creating a vbs file executing it and then deleting it.

I am having a hangup writing some complicated lines to the vbs file.

Here is the correct vbs syntax: qry = "SELECT * FROM Win32_Account where Domain = '" & cstr(objComputerName) & "'"

Here is what I have done in autoit: FileWrite($script1,'qry = "SELECT * FROM Win32_Account where Domain = '" & cstr(objComputerName) & "'"'&@CRLF)

Here is the results after executing the exe: qry = "SELECT * FROM Win32_Account where Domain = " & cstr(objComputerName) & ""

Is there anyway to do a block quote so that it will write every character?

I am missing the ' in the above result line and I have a few more like this.

Combination of single quotes and double quotes is making my head spin.

Thanks

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I am doing a very simple autoit script..

basically i am creating a vbs file executing it and then deleting it.

I am having a hangup writing some complicated lines to the vbs file.

Here is the correct vbs syntax: qry = "SELECT * FROM Win32_Account where Domain = '" & cstr(objComputerName) & "'"

Here is what I have done in autoit: FileWrite($script1,'qry = "SELECT * FROM Win32_Account where Domain = '" & cstr(objComputerName) & "'"'&@CRLF)

Here is the results after executing the exe: qry = "SELECT * FROM Win32_Account where Domain = " & cstr(objComputerName) & ""

Is there anyway to do a block quote so that it will write every character?

I am missing the ' in the above result line and I have a few more like this.

Combination of single quotes and double quotes is making my head spin.

Thanks

There are times when it's just easier to use Char()

FileWrite($Script1, "qry = " & Chr(34) & "SELECT * FROM Win32_Account where Domain = ...........


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There are times when it's just easier to use Char()

FileWrite($Script1, "qry = " & Chr(34) & "SELECT * FROM Win32_Account where Domain = ...........

That worked like a charm.. Thanks

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