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Type statement like Visual Basic

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi there,

I'am new to Autoit and i must say i like it :)

Now i have a question I'am used to work with Visual Basic and i use the Type statement alot. Now i want to use that in Autoit as well. Is there a statement like that in Autoit or how can i do it otherwise? Do i have to use an Array for that..

Example VB:

Type EmployeeRecord   ' Create user-defined type.
       ID As Integer   ' Define elements of data type.
       Name As String * 20
       Address As String * 30
       Phone As Long
      HireDate As Date
End Type

How can i do the above in Autoit?

Thnx in advance,

VicSmurf :D

Edited by vicsmurf

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Hi there,

I'am new to Autoit and i must say i like it :)

Now i have a question I'am used to work with Visual Basic and i use the Type statement alot. Now i want to use that in Autoit as well. Is there a statement like that in Autoit or how can i do it otherwise? Do i have to use an Array for that..

Example VB:

Type EmployeeRecord  ' Create user-defined type.

      ID As Integer  ' Define elements of data type.

      Name As String * 20

      Address As String * 30

      Phone As Long

      HireDate As Date

End Type

How can i do the above in Autoit?

Thnx in advance,

VicSmurf  :D

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No type as in VB. Look at Language reference in the help file :D

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No type as in VB. Look at Language reference in  the help file :D

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There is no alternitive to Type? (I looked in the Language Reference in the help file). Then i have to look further :)

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There is no alternitive to Type? (I looked in the Language Reference in the help file). Then i have to look further :)

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You right, no real alternative. the function return values with a specific type and you can convert some types with specific functions. :D

I was just pointing out the doc so you can understand the limit of the AutoIt3 language.

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

You right, no real alternative. the function return values with a specific type and you can convert some types with specific functions. :)

I was just pointing out the doc so you can understand the limit of the AutoIt3 language.

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Ok thnx for you awnsers! I will look further into it Edited by vicsmurf

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