Put the process to sleep for 'msec' milliseconds. This will "freeze" script execution for this duration.
Generally, it is a bad practice to use this for timing. The exact time it takes for the processor to return from this yield is not precise. It's also a bad idea to have any long pauses in your main loop, so use this function responsibly.
Run the given command and return its output as a string.
While running the command, the script execution is paused until the command finishes. For example, the 'ping' command usually takes a few seconds to finish.
Execute a system command or process when given a
'execInfo' should be a
You may use this function to start new programs that run independently of MicroMacro; this will not freeze the script execution at all since it will not wait for any output.
Returns the system clipboard data (What you copied when pressing CTRL+C/right-click copy) as a
Sets the system's clipboard to 'data'. Returns
Returns the system's current code page as an integer.
Returns the console's current code page as an integer.
Change the process's priority. 'priority' should be
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