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Hey guys,

I've small issue with the following script

While 1
    If $x=100 Then
    (go to site)
    $getsource = _IEDocReadHTML($oIE)
    $getnumber = _StringBetween($getsource, '>', '</td>') 
    $min = GUICtrlRead($inputmin)
    If $getnumber[0] > $min Then
        Do something else

It works fine, but...

$getnumber great get string (this string is a number), but for example, if $min = 50 and $getnumber = 10 it MsgBox -> Done. It should do this if $getnumber is more than $min.

How to make it works?

Thanks for help

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When you make the comparison If $getnumber[0] > $min Then you are comparing 2 strings. Try converting them to numbers first: :(

If Number($getnumber[0]) > Number($min) Then

That way you get a numeric, rather than alphabetic, comparison. :graduated:


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Tested and.... yea :graduated: Works fine. Thank you very much.

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