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This Is a Small Part Of a File :

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How I Can Extract This Words Of File :

Resources , INSTALL , ALL , File

I Mean Extract meaningful Words Of File

I Wrote This Func But I Want This Func Be accurate And Strongly HighSpeed

I Want To Used It For Extract Text Of Any File Type

Please Help Me

#Include <File.au3>

#include <String.au3>

#include <Array.au3>

$SameFiles=_FileListToArray(@ScriptDir , "*.Exe")

LevelOne( $SameFiles)

Func LevelOne( $SameFiles)

;Define Variables

;------------------------------------>

$MemoryFile = @ScriptDir & "\InitialStandardText.Lrn"

;------------------------------------>

;Generate Number For Random Read Files

;---------------------------------------------->

If $SameFiles[0]=1 Then

$Count=1

Dim $Number[1]

$Number[0]="NULL"

ElseIf $SameFiles[0]<6 Then

$Count=Random(1,$SameFiles[0],1)

Dim $Number[$Count]

For $i=0 To $Count-1

$Number[$i]="NULL"

Next

Else

$Count=Random(1,6,1)

Dim $Number[$Count]

For $i=0 To $Count-1

$Number[$i]="NULL"

Next

EndIf

;MsgBox(0, "", $Count)

;_ArrayDisplay($Number)

;---------------------------------------------->

$i=0

While $Number[$Count-1]="NULL"

$Number[$i] = Random(1,Int($SameFiles[0]),1)

$File = $SameFiles[$Number[$i]]

;Read File

;---------------------------------------------->

$OpenedFile=FileOpen($File)

$WritedText=""

$Read=FileRead($OpenedFile )

;---------------------------------------------->

;MsgBox(0,"",$Read)

$ReadArray=StringToASCIIArray($Read)

$Text=""

$k=0

While $k<=UBound($ReadArray)-4 ; -4 For Scrutiny $ReadArray[$k+3] In Loop

If ($ReadArray[$k]=0) Then

$ReadArray[$k]="'"

EndIf

If ($ReadArray[$k]=$ReadArray[$k+2] And $ReadArray[$k+1]=$ReadArray[$k+3] ) Then

$ReadArray[$k]="'"

$ReadArray[$k+1]="'"

$ReadArray[$k+2]="'"

$ReadArray[$k+3]="'"

EndIf

If ($ReadArray[$k]=$ReadArray[$k+1]) And ($ReadArray[$k+1]=$ReadArray[$k+2]) Then

$ReadArray[$k]="'"

$ReadArray[$k+1]="'"

$ReadArray[$k+2]="'"

EndIf

$k+=1

WEnd

;_ArrayDisplay($ReadArray)

For $k=0 To UBound($ReadArray)-1

If StringIsLower (Chr($ReadArray[$k])) Or StringIsUpper(Chr($ReadArray[$k])) Then

$Text=$Text & Chr($ReadArray[$k])

ElseIf (StringLen($Text)<4) And ($ReadArray[$k]<>0) Then

$Text=""

ElseIf (StringLen($Text)>4) And ($ReadArray[$k]<>0) Then

;FileWrite($hLrnInitialFileTypeMemory,$Text & @CRLF ) ; ---------------------> Must Convert To IniWrite

$WritedText = $WritedText & $Text & @CRLF

$Text=""

EndIf

; StringIsASCII ( Chr($ReadArray[$i]) ) ; Contain Digit Characters

;Local $s = StringFromASCIIArray($ReadArray)

;MsgBox(0, "", $s)

;_ArrayDisplay($a)

Next

FileClose($OpenedFile)

FileWrite($MemoryFile,$WritedText & "<<---------->>" & @CRLF )

$i=$i+1

If $i=$Count Then ExitLoop

WEnd

EndFunc

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You are probably going to need some kind of dictionary to compare possible words to.

Doing Dictionary compares on every ASCII combination will be pretty time consuming. Although you could make something that does what you want with AutoIt, I doubt you will be able to make it run very fast.

If you are just trying to scan files for the existence of keywords, you can probably do that with reasonable speed results.

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You are probably going to need some kind of dictionary to compare possible words to.

Doing Dictionary compares on every ASCII combination will be pretty time consuming. Although you could make something that does what you want with AutoIt, I doubt you will be able to make it run very fast.

If you are just trying to scan files for the existence of keywords, you can probably do that with reasonable speed results.

no reason you shouldn't be able to do a FileRead() and use regular expressions to find the characters you're looking for. and it should be pretty quick

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no reason you shouldn't be able to do a FileRead() and use regular expressions to find the characters you're looking for. and it should be pretty quick

I dont think to OP knows the characters, seems to me that just wants english words, which would require a dictionary.

Looks like somthing thats trying to dig up some ledgable details on a compiled executable.


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It's easy to get all of the words used however you would then have to compare those to a dictionary word list to get the valid words

Your list of words is incorrect; the word All does not exist although it does appear as part of a string it is not there as a separate word.

The simplest approach would be using StringRegExp.

$aWords = StringRegExp(FileRead("somefile.exe"), "\b[a-z]+", 3)
Then you would probably want to change the array to get only unique elements so you would use _ArrayUnique() to do that.

After that each element would have to be compared to a word list (I have one of almost 89000 words) again using a StringRegExp() call.


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i used previously of dictionary but this very slow for my job .

i previously tested GEOSoft approach but this very slow for my job .

thanks .

i will send another Func in next time .

this work is very important for me

please help ME

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I have a word list in SQLite db format (imported from the OPTED dictionary), with word types and soundex (no definitions) if anyone is interested.

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I have a word list in SQLite db format (imported from the OPTED dictionary), with word types and soundex (no definitions) if anyone is interested.

I'm interested if you don't mind PMing it to me.

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@HAMID

Speed is going to depend entirely on the size of the files being read. There is certainly nothing slow about the SRE I gave you; I've used it many times and in fact use something very similar to replace the _FileReadToArray() function where it proves itself much faster.


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Do you mean the replacement for _FileReadToArray()?


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#12 ·  Posted (edited)

i'm test this code but this not accurate :

$sFilePath = @ScriptDir & '\' & "MyProg 1.exe"

$hwnd = FileOpen($sFilePath, 0)

If $hwnd = -1 Then Exit

$sRead = FileRead($hwnd)

$aWords = StringRegExp($sRead, '.+\b', 3)

FileClose($hwnd)

_ArrayDisplay($aWords,'$aWords')

------------------------------------------------------------------------

please explain me more about :

Speed is going to depend entirely on the size of the files being read. There is certainly nothing slow about the SRE I gave you; I've used it many times and in fact use something very similar to replace the _FileReadToArray() function where it proves itself much faster.

i'm sorry for my bad english but i'm writing program that have artificial intelligence so i need to your help .

Edited by HAMID

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Your expression is totally incorrect for doing what you wanted. .+ will match ANY character. You asked to match only alpha characters (a-z). Also you are losing time with FileOpen() and FileClose(). You don't have to open a file to read it unless it has to be opened in Binary.


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