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  1. Here is a simple program that some of you might appreciate. It is a more full fleshed out version of something I worked on a while back as a proof of concept. I will just quote the information found in the Program Information dialog. Older Screenshot INItoSQL DB.zip INItoSQL DB v1.1.zip (see Post #3 for update details) INItoSQL DB v1.4.zip (see Post #4 for update details) INItoSQL DB v1.6.zip (see Post #7 for update details) BIG THANKS to ResNullius for huge speed improvement etc. Program requires the sqlite3.dll, not included, but easily en
  2. Hi, I've written a specialty INI file editor for a specific set of INI files related to a bigger script I'm working on. I'm trying to create a verification script that checks the ini files structure and format and gives an error if they are not in expected format. What I did so far is create a couple of custom arrays, each with the list of Sections expected in the files and I use IniReadSectionNames in order to read the sections from the selected INI file and compare it to the array. It works fine, excepts it only gives an error if one or more of the sections in the custom
  3. I had a need, and so I developed. Before I did that though, I did a quick search of the forum, and found a few things, but none seemed to suit what I really wanted ... though to be honest, I did not investigate them deeply or search extensively. In any case, I am not very good at modifying the code of others, nor do I enjoy doing so, so in the end I decided it was best to start from scratch ... re-inventing the wheel perhaps, but a wheel I feel a certain degree of comfort with. I also thought about Maps, but don't know enough. _IniString Functions (was Ini_InMem) Ini in memory
  4. I'm knocking up a script which will detect if a user is logged on and if so send an E-mail to the helpdesk. I have a list of users in an ini file - example: [USERS] USER01=tuser USER02=tuser2 USER03=tuser3 When using iniread, will this place all them into memory as I want to state something like If @UserName = any of the names in the ini file do something.. Or do I need to read them in using a different method ?
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