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  1. Hello Everyone, I am very green when it comes to AutoIT, I have recently started using it to automate a job that i perform using MS Excel and that is working great. Recently I have been faced with a challenge I which i need to copy a specific set of lines from one .txt file and past them, overwriting a specific set of lines in a different .txt file. I honestly have no clue how I can copy the specified lines and transfer them. What functions / commands could I use and how could I lay them out I AutoIT? Any and all help will be appreciated. Thanks! Kruxe
  2. Good evening everyone I'm working on this little project for a week, and, what I'm trying to do could be useful for many users as well... I'm trying to do a "Report Generator", which reads the data that have to report from a text file (.txt) formatted with this pattern; Data1;Data2;Data3;Data4;Data5;; YES, there are 2 semi-colon at the end of the line. In detail, Data1 is a date/time stamp with this format: YYYY/MM/DD HH:MM:SS ; When the script starts, the user is prompted to choose 2 dates which I'll call as: Report_Date_Start; Report_Date_Start. So, the report, sh
  3. Hi All, I'm not too code savvy but I know this is a simple one! Here's my problem, I have a folder with text files containing gcode. they are appended .nc, .ngc, and .gcode randomly. I can rename them all .ngc which is my preferred file type. In these files there's lines of gcode, carrying commands for a CNC. What I need to do is remove some comments from the beginning and format the text a certain way. I'll show an example of the original file and what I need it to look like. The files can be 20 lines or 10,000 long depending on the part. Old text: ( Header 1 text ) ( Hea
  4. I'm trying to write a test .txt file with test being the word I want to put into the GUI window. Kinda stuck any help would be appreciated. (work in progress) #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <GuiButton.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> #include <EditConstants.au3> Global $file = FileOpen("test.txt") GUICreate("Disclaimer", 500, 400) ;Creates the GUI window fileread($file, 400) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW) ;Shows the GUI window sleep(5000) fileclose($file)
  5. Hey guys, I have been trying to make a script which requests some information and writes it to a notepad file after the information is entered... The whole script runs smoothly (variables, etc) except for the opening of the file/writing to the file.. I have tried Run and FileWriteLine, both with the same results... Was hoping that you could help me on this one (I need this done soon... its a bit important, thanks) Thanks for any feedback and help I have put the script below ; Project: input hours ;means - notepad tracker? If 2 = MsgBox (1,"TimeTracker","Welcome, would you like to b
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