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Hi guys I hope you can help me out with this one. I have a text file "test.txt" which could contain something like this: __________________________________________________________ fiw eqw sdg xcv __________________________________________________________ Each string has it's own line. I use this script to find a string in the text file. In this example, the string I am looking for is "iw". The string "fiw" makes it believe that "iw" is found in the file. How can I avoid this? I want it only to return EXACT results. $string = "iw" $File = FileOpen("test.txt", 0) $ReadFile = FileRead($File) FileClose($File) If StringRegExp(StringLower($ReadFile), StringLower($string)) Then MsgBox(0,"",$string & " is found in the file") Exit Else MsgBox(0,"",$string & " is not found in the file") Exit EndIf
When I am searching a word from a sentence through StringInStr, it is not giving exact match but it is giving the word if the letters in the word are included in it. Ex: If I am searching for a word Sun in a sentence below. Sun is hot today. --> Here it is working as expected. But it is returning a word exist even for below sentence also. even though it is sunday. As sun is there in the word sunday. How to exclude this and only it should return true when it finds the word sun.