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  1. This function parser printing-like intervals (like "1,2,3-5") and returns an array with every page number as item. Ex.: "1,2,3-5" will return an array which 0th element is "5" (page count) and the items are 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5. The array is given in the order the $interval parameter is set, and reverse intervals are also supported (e.g.: "8,4,7-5" will return items 8, 4, 7, 6, 5 and 0th element is 5). If it fails, it will return False and set error to non-zero (invalid string). #cs Range parser This function parser printing-like intervals (like "1,2,3-5") and returns an array with every page number as item. @author Jefrey S. Santos <jefrey[at]jefrey.ml> #ce Func rangeparser($interval) $interval = StringReplace($interval, " ", "") If Not StringRegExp($interval, "([0-9\-\,])") Then Return SetError(1, 0, False) $interval = StringSplit($interval, ",") Dim $return[1] For $i = 1 To $interval[0] If StringInStr($interval[$i], "-") Then $split = StringSplit($interval[$i], "-") If $split[0] <> 2 Then Return SetError(1, 0, False) If $split[1] = $split[2] Then ReDim $return[UBound($return)+1] $return[UBound($return)-1] = $split[1] Else If $split[1] < $split[2] Then $step = +1 Else $step = -1 EndIf For $j = $split[1] To $split[2] Step $step ReDim $return[UBound($return)+1] $return[UBound($return)-1] = $j Next EndIf Else ReDim $return[UBound($return)+1] $return[UBound($return)-1] = $interval[$i] EndIf Next $return[0] = UBound($return)-1 Return $return EndFunc
  2. Hi all, question to those who are familiar with Winhttp, in particular _WinHttpSimpleFormFill() I have a form that I fill out and submit using _WinHttpSimpleFormFill() which then returns a subsequent form based on the first form. How do I then fill out the subsequent form? #include "WinHTTP.au3" $sFile = @ScriptDir & "\test.csv" $sFileHTM = @ScriptDir & "\Form.htm" $hSession = _WinHttpOpen('Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:2.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/4.0'); create new session $hConnect = _WinHttpConnect($hSession, "www.server.com") ; connect to server $sHTM = _WinHttpSimpleFormFill($hConnect, "form.cfm", "name:CFForm_2", "name:FileContents", $sFile, "name:import_vendor", "Generic") ;HERE I NEED TO FILL OUT THE SECOND FORM THAT IS RETURNED IN $sHTM If $sHTM Then MsgBox(64 + 262144, "Done!", "Will open returned page in your default browser now." & @CRLF & _ "It should show array of uploaded files below the form.") $hFileHTM = FileOpen($sFileHTM, 2) FileWrite($hFileHTM, $sHTM) FileClose($hFileHTM) ShellExecuteWait($sFileHTM) EndIf Cheers!
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