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Trying to create a script to extract info from a forum, used StringInStr to look for the string I want, but when I seperate the original string using the substring as a divider, a good chuck of string is missing.

What this script suppose to do is put everything before the substring on 1.txt and everything after on 2.txt

However what this is doing is put everything before the substring on 1.txt and no idea what is put on 2.txt

InetGet("http://www.essentialdayspa.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=6","0.txt")
$file = FileOpen ("0.txt")
$fileLeft = FileOpen ("1.txt",2)
$fileRight = FileOpen ("2.txt",2)
$sFile = FileRead ( $file )
$result = StringInStr ( $sFile, "viewthread.php?tid=",0,1)
$sTemp = StringLeft ( $sFile, $result )
FileWrite ( $fileLeft, StringLeft ( $sFile, $result ) )
FileWrite ( $fileRight, StringRight ( $sFile, $result ) )
FileClose($file)
FileClose($fileLeft)
FileClose($fileRight)

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martin

Trying to create a script to extract info from a forum, used StringInStr to look for the string I want, but when I seperate the original string using the substring as a divider, a good chuck of string is missing.

What this script suppose to do is put everything before the substring on 1.txt and everything after on 2.txt

However what this is doing is put everything before the substring on 1.txt and no idea what is put on 2.txt

InetGet("http://www.essentialdayspa.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=6","0.txt")
$file = FileOpen ("0.txt")
$fileLeft = FileOpen ("1.txt",2)
$fileRight = FileOpen ("2.txt",2)
$sFile = FileRead ( $file )
$result = StringInStr ( $sFile, "viewthread.php?tid=",0,1)
$sTemp = StringLeft ( $sFile, $result )
FileWrite ( $fileLeft, StringLeft ( $sFile, $result ) )
FileWrite ( $fileRight, StringRight ( $sFile, $result ) )
FileClose($file)
FileClose($fileLeft)
FileClose($fileRight)

StringRight uses the count of characters required in th eresult not the starting position in the reference string. You could use StringTrimLeft more easily maybe.

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