Tab 3 and 4 of the UBot Boot Camp Advanced Threading with The Thread Docta Framework Pro Edition – Commands and Functions

Advanced Threading –  Thread Docta Framework Tab 3 – Commands ad Functions     Append Item to File – define Parameters – #ITEM TO SAVE, #THREAD INDEX   This custom command adds the passed item through the #ITEM TO SAVE variable to a dynamic list or appends to dynamic file name using variable to denote what thread the data came from. Thread 1 will always save its thread data to thread_1.txt and same with the list. This saving style is […]

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Tab 2 of the UBot Boot Camp Advanced Threading with The Thread Docta Framework Pro Edition – Custom Script

UBot Boot Camp Thread Docta Framework Tab 2 – Custom Script     I am going to skip over some of these commands that were covered in previous “POSTER” tutorial and just concentrate on the mechanics of defines in the “Thread Docta Framework”. If I skip anything it is probably covered in a previous tutorial.   The extreme use of these commands is to show the use of passing parameters and modulating your code. This bot is too small to […]

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Tab 1 of the UBot Boot Camp Advanced Threading with The Thread Docta Framework Pro Edition – Main Bot

Thread Docta Threading Framework UBot Studio – Pro Edition Tab 1 – Main Bot Plead not that the UI is at a state for debugging and some elements should be removed when you develop your own UI.     The first “if” command checks if 2 conditions are met. First is if the user selected a file with the “open file” UI Button with the variable #UI_OF_file IN path. The use an AND operator for the 2nd condition which is […]

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UBot Boot Camp Advanced – The Define Command – Making Custom Commands and Functions

Define Command “Examples” Tab 1 UBot Studio Stealth       The Define command…   One of the most powerful commands in UBot Studio Stealth. You can find it under the “flow commands” in the Tool Box. It enables the user to create their own custom commands to use multiple times throughout their code. Much the same way you can with UBot’s standard commands and functions as well as plugins. The only difference is that you can name them and […]

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