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Daywap

Hi, I am creating script that would get random line from txt and make it to be inputed somewhere. How to do it? I am currently have this ;)

$file = FileOpen("test.txt", 0)
$i = Random(1, 99999999, 1)

Random(line)

FileClose($file)

I know this sounds stupid, but please how to get random line? Thank you very much :)

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99ojo

Hi, I am creating script that would get random line from txt and make it to be inputed somewhere. How to do it? I am currently have this ;)

$file = FileOpen("test.txt", 0)
$i = Random(1, 99999999, 1)

Random(line)

FileClose($file)

I know this sounds stupid, but please how to get random line? Thank you very much :)

Hi,

although i don't believe you have an text file with 99999999 lines and it's hopefully not written by Bruce Forte:

$file = FileOpen("test.txt", 0)
$i = Random(1, 99999999, 1)
MsgBox (0, "Line " & $i, $line = FileReadLine ($file, $i))
FileClose($file)

;-))

Stefan

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Daywap

My bad ;P. Okay, that's what I added. But it still not work I get error in 6 Line.

#Include <File.au3>
#Include <FF.au3>

$sFile = "text.txt"
$lines = _FileCountLines($sFile)
$sFile = FileOpen($sFile)
$line = FileReadLine($sFile, Random(1, $lines, 1))
FileClose($sFile)

_FFPrefSet("general.useragent.override", String($line))

Can you help me? :)

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dantay9

You still don't have a mode.

$sFile = FileOpen($sFile, 0)

Look in the help file for required and optional parameters.


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RagsRevenge

My bad ;P. Okay, that's what I added. But it still not work I get error in 6 Line.

#Include <File.au3>
#Include <FF.au3>

$sFile = "text.txt"
$lines = _FileCountLines($sFile)
$sFile = FileOpen($sFile)
$line = FileReadLine($sFile, Random(1, $lines, 1))
FileClose($sFile)

_FFPrefSet("general.useragent.override", String($line))

Can you help me? :)

put your mouse on fileOpen, and press F1. Edited by RagsRevenge

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jvanegmond

My bad ;P. Okay, that's what I added. But it still not work I get error in 6 Line.

#Include <File.au3>
#Include <FF.au3>

$sFile = "text.txt"
$lines = _FileCountLines($sFile)
$sFile = FileOpen($sFile)
$line = FileReadLine($sFile, Random(1, $lines, 1))
FileClose($sFile)

_FFPrefSet("general.useragent.override", String($line))

Can you help me? ;)

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trancexx

I don't get it ;)

What do you mean Manadar?


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Baraoic

Ha sorry I know I clicked edit and fixed the mode thing. Anyways if you still haven't realized it by now the line

$lines = _FileCountLines($sFile)

should be

$lines = _FileCountLines($sFile, 0)

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trancexx

I still don't get it.

;) it's a bug, right?


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Baraoic

Lol yall are so bad though granted it was pretty blatant.

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