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  1. I am starting out using AutoIt. Here is a simple form with username and password. I want to check if information entered is valid once user clicks a button. My problem now is that it only validates once. E.g.: if I type 5 character username, it will complain it is not 7 character (good). But once I correct that mistake and press the button again it will still say the same thing. Do I need to have a loop? #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <EditConstants.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> Opt("GUIOnEventMode", 1) $main = GUICreate(&
  2. NEW VERSION: 17 Jun 2013 Ever wondered how to avoid input being so painful? You can type a lot of errors in a GUICtrlCreateInput, for example alphanumeric where you want only numbers and decimals, typing 10 characters where you only want 9, etc. Input masks can make your life easier and Validation can be as simple as this: GuiCtrlCreateLabel("Input Decimal(8,2)", 10, 110, 200, 15) $MyInput = GUICtrlCreateInput("",210,110,110,20) _Inputmask_add($MyInput, $iIM_INTEGER, 0, "", 8, 2) It requires only one additional line per input The UDFexample script demonstrates 13 dynamic input valid
  3. Hi, I was wondering is this all inputs can be done in 1 box with 3 fields and not to use another gui. And how can i validate data for example if i don't enter username he prompt me a message box all time until field is empty. I try like this but it give me a msgbox and continue on another field. $username = InputBox("Add new user", "Username", "", "", 200, 130, Default, Default, 0) if $username <> " " then msgbox(0, "", "Please enter username") endif $email = InputBox("Add new user&quo
  4. Much work still needs to be done on my current project, but design concepts often benefit more from early criticism. Although there may be nothing particularly innovative about this project, user experience is everything. I would like you to look at the behaviour of the controls on this GUI. Unless you type something really awful, it allows you to finish typing the formula before testing the input. When typing into an edit control, pressing the enter key activates the okay button. The program itself, mainly consists of a listview control, which you can't see - just imagine it looks like a
  5. Hallo members, Looking for the right regex for password validation, the password must be eight characters long including at least 1 number and includes both lower and uppercase letters and at least 1 special character. € , £ and letters with umlauts, accents, etc. are not allowed. I have made a test gui with two different validations, this is just for testing purposes, but is this right way to do it? '((?=.*\d)(?=.*[A-Z])(?=.*\W).{8,8})'and '([A-Za-z: ]+\$([A-Z0-9]+)([\s]*[A-Za-z: ]+\$([A-Z0-9]+)){0,2})' The test GUI #NoTrayIcon #cs -------------------------------------------
  6. Hi everyone I've read all yesterday forums , i think it's me , but i could not find a clue for this : I need to generate large numbers and output into csv format or excel format - Range between 3000000 and 9000000 - Need 5000000 numbers - Numbers should not be in series ( Mixed and Random ) - I would prefere to have a check digits at the end Anyone could help please ? Thank you
  7. Quick function for validating IPV6. It's not advanced, but can validate several notations. ; Default example If _ISIPV6IP('3ffe:1900:4545:3:200:f8ff:fe21:67cf') Then MsgBox(0, '', 'Valid IPV6 address!') ; Leading zeroes If _ISIPV6IP('2001:db8:85a3:0:0:8a2e:370:7334') Then MsgBox(0, '', 'Valid IPV6 address!') ; Groups of zeroes If _ISIPV6IP('2001:db8:85a3::8a2e:370:7334') Then MsgBox(0, '', 'Valid IPV6 address!') Func _ISIPV6IP($Addr) Return StringRegExp($Addr, "(([\da-f]{0,4}:{0,2}){1,8})") EndFunc
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