I haven't used Autoit in about a year. I remember when editing code in the Autoit ise, there was a way to do a quick run of the script without compiling. I thought it was f8 but I can't figure it out now.
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The Run command can be substituted by RunWait. The only difference is that RunWait suspends the AutoIt script until the DOS command has finished, and the Run command allows the AutoIt script to continue at the same time as the DOS command.
While the command is in a waiting state, new threads can be launched via hotkey, custom menu item, or timer. If another thread changes the contents of any variable(s) that were used for this command's parameters, the command will not see the change -- it will continue to use the title and text that were originally present in the variables when ...
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AutoIT reads the particular script and allows that to do some functions, like, automating keystrokes, executing programs, mouse clicks, manipulating functions of Windows, and much more. This software is also capable of more advanced options, as it automates clipboard functions and simple texts.
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These include ejecting ROM drives, changing audio volumes, enabling screensavers, controlling processes/services and much more. The following command can be used at boot or in a shortcut to run a batch file silently: nircmd exec hide [path to .bat file] The exec and hide commands are used to execute the script and hide any console windows from ...
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The only real access you would have is through another application created to control the intrument and AutoIt would be used to manipulate that app. The better alternative would be to just finish writting the app that controls the instrument and provide access to it via a control or class library.