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  1. Test instructions are easy. 1. Run the following code in post #46 2. Click the advanced tab 3. Select a start date and an end date 4. Put a tick in the checkbox where it says 'Include Days Of The Week' 5. Click the Okay button You should get an array with a column of dates in your local format and a second column with day names in your language. It has a current range limit of just under 89 years but this range can appear anywhere between the years 1601 and 9999. The code is untidy and unfinished, but I would still like to know if it works outside the UK. No extra includes ar
  2. Hi all, I'm currently writing a backup script to automate the process of storing and compressing data for any member leaving the firm I work at. Ideally I would like to pull the user's display name or full name, for instance, a WMI query selecting FullName WHERE Win32_NetworkLoginProfile Name equals "Domain\kefinnegan" would bring back "Kevin Finnegan" or whatever naming convention your company uses. Although this solution seems ideal as long as you log in as a user with privileged access, it won't work if the domain user you wish to backup has been purged from the Active Directory system enti
  3. Atom Table UDF Local and Global Atom Table Since I've had this collecting dust on my computer, I figured I'd release it to see if anyone can find some use for it. About Atom Tables - MSDN Example Global Atom Table Listing Basically, a bunch of strings can be stored locally (at program level) or globally (at O/S level) with unique numerical identifiers. This UDF lets you add, find, delete, and query these atoms. Description from the top of the AtomFunctions UDF: ---------------------------------------------------------------- Functions for accesing Local and Global Atom Tab
  4. Hello FellowForumers I have some questions about this subject and Although I have researched about i have some problems let it sink in proper Although i have basic understanding of Global and Local I Still have questions to be absolute sure: #include <Array.au3> Global $TSAB[20] While 1 trading() If $TSAB[19] = True Then MsgBox(0,"","Thank you AutoIT Forum ^^ ") ;~ If $TSAB[19] = True then Exit WEnd func trading() $TSAB[19] = "" $TSAB[7] = "" while 1 _ArrayDisplay($TSAB) $TSAB[7] = "done" _ArrayDisplay($TSAB) If $TSAB[7] = "Done" Then $TSAB = ClientDoneCommand()
  5. Hi, I am having issues understanding something in the tutorial Melba23 gave me. At the bottom of page 22- What are Dim, Global. Local, and Scope? What do they do?
  6. What are the GUI functions that can be used to create such as a message log (3) and a local pane (4)? Kindly visit Navigating and window layout referring to the numbers above if you don't know what I mean..
  7. Using this script you can analyze the old scripts and search for keywords like: Local Global Dim Static Search only the above keywords used inside the Loop statements like: For ... Next While ... Wend Do ... Until For ... In ... Next This script parses a other script and reports on incorrect variable declarations within loops. Remark: Variable declaration is needed but it should be done outside the loop. Basic information of this script: Currently, the script provides two functions: _Check_Local_In_Loop__File() _Check_Local_In_Loop__Folder () Using functions: _Check_Loca
  8. When running the following code, line 3 causes $script_browser to no longer be an Internet Explorer object, which you can see in the error messages caused by lines 5 & 7. #include <IE.au3> $script_browser = _IECreate() _IENavigate($script_browser, @ScriptDir& "\step1.html") Sleep(2500) _IENavigate($script_browser, @ScriptDir& "\step2.html") Sleep(2500) _IENavigate($script_browser, @ScriptDir& "\step3.html") --> IE.au3 V2.4-0 Error from function _IENavigate, $_IEStatus_InvalidObjectType --> IE.au3 V2.4-0 Error from function _IENavigate, $_IEStatus_InvalidObjec
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