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yucatan

hello guys i have a string in my autoit the string = "3604480 0% 3.41MB/s 0:05:31"

i wanne change it in "3604480#0%#3.41MB/s#0:05:31"

but when i do this $sLine = StringReplace ($sLine, Chr(32), "#")

this is the result :#####3604480###0%####3.41MB/s####0:05:31

i wanne have only one #

this is the script i use

i dont know how to get this working

can soembody help me pleas

$sline = "     3604480   0%    3.41MB/s    0:05:31"
            $sLine = StringReplace ($sLine, Chr(32), "#")

            ConsoleWrite($sline& @CRLF) 
            
$test = "   "           
            
            $code = Asc($test)
            
            ConsoleWrite($code)

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water

You have to do it in two steps. First remove surplus spaces then change the spaces to #.

$sline = "  3604480 0%  3.41MB/s    0:05:31"
$sLine = StringStripWS($sline,7)
$sLine = StringReplace ($sLine, " ", "#")
ConsoleWrite($sline& @CRLF)
returns:

"3604480#0%#3.41MB/s#0:05:31"

The flag 7 in StringStripWS means to remove leading and trailing spaces and remove double or more spaces between words.

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yucatan

thx!

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