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    AutoIT process communication

    I know you can use standard input/output to communicate between AutoIt and a child process spawned by Run() but what environmental variables?

    Is it possible to allow the child process to change variables from AutoIt's environment?

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    Re: AutoIT process communication

    Is it possible to allow the child process to change variables from AutoIt's environment?
    What are you trying to do then ?

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    Re: AutoIT process communication

    You could use the ClipPut, ClipGet functions.

    You could probably use the TCPxxx/UDPxxx functions but I haven't the faintest idea where to begin!

    The AutoIt help states that changes to the environment are not visible to it's parent. This is normal Windows process behaviour.



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