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i'm sorta new to scripting, but i have a pretty basic idea i would like to try and i though yous may be able to help goal is to create a program (any type) for windows that will run commands to open other programs and/or file within that program....basically, i have many emulators on my computer and wish to be able to create a program that will alow me to open and play all of them using a controller and a single program...i would think that it would only take very basic commands, but i'm sorta new to this...i'f anyone has any idea what i'm talking about, or could atleast recommend a few programs to help get me started, i would greatly appreciate it! Thanx alot!
Dec 8 '06 #1
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I've got a recommendation: Python is an easy language to learn (most people even consider it to be a scripting language). Python on Windows has many cool commands like startfile(myfile.ext) that will fire up the app that is associated with .ext. It will run from the command line or (with not too much more work) you can give it a GUI interface. There a many begining scripter getting help on the Python forum, it's free, and not nearly as complicated as an MS programming environment.
Get Python 2.5 msi here . This site also has some tutorial pages, etc. Check it out,
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