AutoHotkey   COM Interface

Available Interfaces

Module AutoHotkey v1 Interface GUID
Last registered (Unicode/ANSI/X64) AutoHotkey.Script {C00BCC8C-5A04-4392-870F-20AAE1B926B2}
Unicode 32-bit AutoHotkey.UNICODE {C58DCD96-1D6F-4F85-B555-02B7F21F5CAF}
ANSI 32-bit AutoHotkey.ANSI {974318D9-A5B2-4FE5-8AC4-33A0C9EBB8B5}
Unicode 64-bit AutoHotkey.X64 {38D00012-DC83-4E17-9BAD-D9DD97902580}
Module AutoHotkey v2 Interface GUID
Last registered (Unicode/X64) AutoHotkey2.Script {FEEEC4BA-04AF-45F0-B385-7290C65CFB9B}
Unicode win32 AutoHotkey2.UNICODE {EC81EBBA-6CEE-4363-AB77-C0E57046AA89}
Unicode x64 AutoHotkey2.X64 {F1D0DE03-30FD-4326-B33F-989BBFAA5FFA}

Examples

Visual Basic example.
Sub atest()
Dim AhkCom As Object
Set AhkCom = CreateObject("AutoHotkey.Script")
AhkCom.ahktextdll("MsgBox Hello World!" & Chr(13) & "ExitApp")
End Sub
AutoHotkey example.
AhkCom := ComObjCreate("AutoHotkey.Script")
AhkCom.ahktextdll("MsgBox Hello World!`nExitApp")
While AhkCom.ahkReady()
Sleep, 100
MsgBox Exiting now
ComObjDll example
hModule:=DllCall("LoadLibrary","Str",A_AhkDir "\AutoHotkey.dll")
ahk:=ComObjDll(hModule,"{FEEEC4BA-04AF-45F0-B385-7290C65CFB9B}") ; CLSID for Version 2.0

hModule:=MemoryLoadLibrary(A_AhkDir "\AutoHotkey.dll")
ahk:=ComObjMemDll(hModule,"{FEEEC4BA-04AF-45F0-B385-7290C65CFB9B}") ; CLSID for Version 2.0