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Rex

Hi

I'm using this code to split inputs into groups of 56 chars

$String = "232121-232323-232323-232323-232323-232323-784512-895623-235689-784512-134679-976431-852963-362514-784596-aswert-klionm-tyghbn-yhntgb-pæøåoi-ujmtgb-edfrtg-qaswed-vfryhn-uytrfg-oiuytr-åååååå"
$len = StringLen($String)
if $len > "224" Then
    $String4 = StringRight(StringRight(StringRight(StringLeft($String, 224), 168),112),56)
    $String3 = StringRight(StringRight(StringLeft($String, 168), 112),56)
    $String2 = StringRight(StringLeft($String, 112), 56)
    $String1 = StringLeft($String, 56)
ConsoleWrite("Strengens Længde = " & $len & @CRLF & "Strengen der bliver splittet = " & $String & @CRLF & "Streng 1 = " & $String1 & @CRLF & _
"streng 2 = " & $String2 & @CRLF & "Streng 3 = " & $String3 & @CRLF & "Streng 4 = " & $String4 & @CRLF)
ElseIf $len > "168" Then
    $String4 = StringRight(StringRight(StringRight(StringLeft($String, 224), 168),112),56)
    $String3 = StringRight(StringRight(StringLeft($String, 168), 112),56)
    $String2 = StringRight(StringLeft($String, 112), 56)
    $String1 = StringLeft($String, 56)
    ConsoleWrite("Strengens Længde = " & $len & @CRLF & "Strengen der bliver splittet = " & $String & @CRLF & "Streng 1 = " & $String1 & @CRLF & _
"streng 2 = " & $String2 & @CRLF & "Streng 3 = " & $String3 & @CRLF & "Streng 4 = " & $String4 & @CRLF)

ElseIf $len > "112" Then
$String3 = StringRight(StringRight(StringLeft($String, 168), 112),56)
    $String2 = StringRight(StringLeft($String, 112), 56)
    $String1 = StringLeft($String, 56)
    ConsoleWrite("Strengens Længde = " & $len & @CRLF & "Strengen der bliver splittet = " & $String & @CRLF & "Streng 1 = " & $String1 & @CRLF & _
"streng 2 = " & $String2 & @CRLF & "Streng 3 = " & $String3 & @CRLF)
ElseIf $len > "56" Then
    $TrimR = $len - 56
    $String2 = StringRight($String, $TrimR)
    $String1 = StringLeft($String, 56)
    ConsoleWrite("Strengens Længde = " & $len & @CRLF & "Strengen der bliver splittet = " & $String & @CRLF & "Streng 1 = " & $String1 & @CRLF & _
"streng 2 = " & $String2 & @CRLF)
EndIf

But for some reason i get "doubles" when i have > 112 chars but i can't see why

can any of u throw me a bone, to what's wrong with my code :D

Cheers

/Rex

Edited by Rex

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Xenobiologist

Does this function help you?

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$String = "232121-232323-232323-232323-232323-232323-784512-895623-235689-784512-134679-976431-852963-362514-784596-aswert-klionm-tyghbn-yhntgb-pæøåoi-ujmtgb-edfrtg-qaswed-vfryhn-uytrfg-oiuytr-åååååå"

MsgBox(0, "Original", $String) ; Original-Text
MsgBox(0, "Softbreak", _StringInsertLF($String, 56)) ; Softbreak nach 50 Zeichen
MsgBox(0, "Hardbreak", _StringInsertLF($String, 56, 1)) ; Hardbreak nach 50 Zeichen

;===============================================================================
;
; Description:  Fügt @LF in Strings ein
; Parameter(s):     $strString = String der bearbeitet werden soll
;   $nCount     = Anzahl der Zeichen bevor @LF eingefügt werden soll
;   (optional) $cBreaking = 0 (default) -> Softbreak (an Wortgrenze)
;   1   -> Hardbreak
;   ist kein Leerzeichen im String enthalten wird hart
;   umgebrochen
; Requirement(s): keine
; Return Value(s): String mit @LF
; Author(s):    bernd670
;
;===============================================================================
Func _StringInsertLF($strString, $nCount, $cBreaking = 0)
    Local $strRetString = "", $nPos
    Do
        ; If Stringlen($strString) > $nCount Then
        $nPos = StringInStr(StringLeft($strString, $nCount + 1), " ", 0, -1)
        If ($nPos And $cBreaking = 0) Then
            $strRetString &= StringLeft($strString, $nPos - 1) & @LF
            $strString = StringMid($strString, $nPos + 1)
        Else
            $strRetString &= StringLeft($strString, $nCount) & @LF
            $strString = StringMid($strString, $nCount + 1)
        EndIf
        ; EndIf
    Until StringLen($strString) < $nCount
    $strRetString &= $strString
    Return $strRetString
EndFunc ;==>_StringInsertLF

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Melba23

Rex,

I would split the string like this:

$sString = "232121-232323-232323-232323-232323-232323-784512-895623-235689-784512-134679-976431-852963-362514-784596-aswert-klionm-tyghbn-yhntgb-pæøåoi-ujmtgb-edfrtg-qaswed-vfryhn-uytrfg-oiuytr-åååååå"

$nSubStrings = (StringLen($sString) + 1) / 63

ConsoleWrite("Strengens Længde = " & StringLen($sString) & @CRLF & "Strengen der bliver splittet = " & $sString & @CRLF)

$iSubstrings = Ceiling($nSubStrings)

Global $aCutStrings[$iSubstrings]

For $i = 0 To $iSubstrings - 1
    $aCutStrings[$i] = StringMid($sString, (63 * $i) + 1, 62)
    ConsoleWrite("Streng " & $i + 1 & " = " & $aCutStrings[$i] & @CRLF)
Next

I hope this helps! :D

M23

Edit: Just remembered Ceiling!

Edited by Melba23

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jchd

I'm using this code to split inputs into groups of 56 chars

But for some reason i get "doubles" when i have > 112 chars but i can't see why

You're making this unduly complicated.

Try this:

#include <Array.au3>
Local Const $limit = 56
Local $String = "232121-232323-232323-232323-232323-232323-784512-895623-235689-784512-134679-976431-852963-362514-784596-aswert-klionm-tyghbn-yhntgb-pæøåoi-ujmtgb-edfrtg-qaswed-vfryhn-uytrfg-oiuytr-åååååå"
Local $len = StringLen($String)
Local $nbStr = Floor(($len + $limit - 1) / $limit)
Local $aStrings[$nbStr]
For $i = 0 To $nbStr - 1
    $aStrings[$i] = StringLeft($String, $limit)
    $String = StringTrimLeft($String, $limit)
Next
_ArrayDisplay($aStrings)

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Rex

Wow

I just posted this :D

And already got 3 responses, Cool :huggles:

I'll look at em and post back (need to find out how to put it into this (http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=108385)

Cheers

/Rex

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