jaytea commented on a Page, Merlin  -  Jun 06, 2011

sleeep in the code just has him wiat for XXX amount of time befor he does something.

this is unquestionably false. the agent calls are asynchronous, as i mentioned before, thus the Sleep statement has 0 effect on the delays between the agent's actions (add a 'WScript.Sleep 10000000' to the loop and observe no change in behaviour of the agent). the reason you think this is the case is because the Sleep statements in the other snippet you just posted occur in between synchronous calls to SendKeys and do actually have an effect on the main thread of execution.

it dont matter what any of you think, the point is none of you know shoot about vbs anyway.

nor do you. this has been obvious from the get go.

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