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gamerman2360

InetGet dosnt InetGet

;$image            = URL                    ex:"http://www.webpage.com/image.png"
;$file            = Name of file                ex:"image.png"
;$filename        = Name of file (no extention [.png])    ex:"image"

InetGet($image, @MyDocumentsDir & "\My Pictures\" & $filename & " \" & $file)
Edited by gamerman2360

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SumTingWong

InetGet dosnt InetGet

;$image            = URL                    ex:"http://www.webpage.com/image.png"
;$file            = Name of file                ex:"image.png"
;$filename        = Name of file (no extention [.png])    ex:"image"

InetGet($image, @MyDocumentsDir & "\My Pictures\" & $filename & " \" & $file)

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Is $filename a valid directory? According for your example, the InetGet call would be:

InetGet($image, @MyDocumentsDir & "\My Pictures\image \image.png")

As you can see, $filename needs to be a valid dir and you also need to remove the extra space before your last backslash.

I suggest you download and use Scite as your code editor as it would help you to troubleshoot these coding errors.

Edited by SumTingWong

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MSLx Fanboy

$image = "http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/style_images/autoit/logo4.gif"
;InetGet("http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/style_images/autoit/logo4.gif", @DesktopDir & "\test.gif")
InetGet($image, @MyDocumentsDir & "\My Pictures\test.gif")

I'm wondering about that $filename variable you're using...try just removing it and use

InetGet($image, @MyDocumentsDir & "\My Pictures\" & $file)

Writing AutoIt scripts since
_DateAdd("d", -2, _NowCalcDate())

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buzz44

InetGet($image, @MyDocumentsDir & "\My Pictures\imageimage.png)

Is that correct? That is what your example will come out as.

Edit: @MSLx Fanboy, at first didn't realise you were thinking same as me :).

Edit2: And you aswell SumTingWong lol. @MSLx Fanboy, when I answered I didn't know you and SumTingWong had also posted, I'm referring to the original example by gamerman2360 as you are.

Edited by Burrup

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MSLx Fanboy

You're confusing me now? Which code example are you referring to?


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_DateAdd("d", -2, _NowCalcDate())

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gamerman2360

Ya, it was the space doing it. oops :evil:

I had DirCreate before this script and I needed it to be in a folder because the url was going to be added in a txt file

Ill look into the Scite thing

Thanks to all who helped, wow, I think this is the first problem I have had where it was solved easily... I dont know if that is a good thing or a bad thing because putting spaces in random places is never a good thing :)

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MSLx Fanboy

There's always similar things in all languages...I always forget that [in]famous ';' in php :)


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JSThePatriot

There's always similar things in all languages...I always forget that [in]famous ';' in php  :)

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

I do that sometimes in C++ but I am slowly getting the hang of it.

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