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  1. Hello, I'm programming an automated email and have a line that is really long. I am using SciTE as my console. Here is that line in test. $rc = _INetSmtpMailCom($SmtpServer, $FromName, $FromAddress, $aArray2[$i][3], $Subject, "This is a form letter meant for " & $aArray2[$i][1] &" "& $aArray2[$i][2]&"." & @CRLF & "The letters in "& $aArray2[$i][1] &" "& $aArray2[$i][2] & "'s first name are " &  $aArray2[$i][4] &" " & $aArray2[$i][5] &"
  2. I have a XML file that i need assistance in parsing. Below is a snipping from the XML File: <Tasks> <Task> <BeginDate>2015/08/15 01:27:45,4375 (0)</BeginDate> <MangaName>Kono S o, Mi yo! (Kono S o, Mi yo! 1 --&gt; Kono S o, Mi yo! 155 - Just the Two of Them [End])</MangaName> <Website>MangaHere</Website> <SaveTo>F:\Manga\Kono S o, Mi yo!</SaveTo> <Status>Completed</Status> <Percent>100</Percent> <State>Stopped</State> <Queue>0</Queue>
  3. I'm doing parsing of HTML file with <table>. I need to go through rows and columns of table, ideally to get two dimensional array. I use this way with simple two levels of calling StrinRegExp() for rows and columns: ;~ $html = FileRead('table.html') $html = '<tr><td>r1c1</td> <td>r1c2</td></tr> <tr><td>r2c1</td> <td>r2c2</td></tr> <tr><td>r3c1</td> <td>r3c2</td></tr>' $rows = StringRegExp($html, '(?s)(?i)<tr>(.*?)</tr>', 3) For $i = 0 to UBound($rows) - 1 $row
  4. Hi there everyone, I have a text file that looks something like the following: Administrator Guest Matt jaes james jas jasdfs jasds js Matthew pjaasddasdfs pjaasdds pjads pjdfs Notice the odd formatting; there are not always a consistant amount of spaces between terms, I'm looking for a way to break up this text file into the individual terms (in this case user accounts), and not include the spaces. Any ideas? Thanks for any advice! Matt
  5. Why will this not work? I have spent a few hours on this one little problem. I have tried everything I can think of to make it work, but never wants too. I have tested the pattern in a few other scripts and it works fine. the @ERROR says it is a bad string - but how can String($HTML) be bad? Is it to much text for it to string? $IE = _IECreate("C:\Users\Ned\Dropbox\Public\Findings.html", "", 0) $HTML = _IEBodyReadHTML($IE) _IEQuit($IE) $HTML = String($HTML) $array = StringRegExp($HTML, '(?<=\QNew: <a href="/items/view/\E)(.*?)(?=\Q">\E)', 3) ;gets new item numbers _ArrayDisplay($
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