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Specific .ini text to combo?

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With the following ini file, how do i place only the keys starting with 'WL' in a combo?

Is that possible to do this 'easy-way'?

[user1]

Hash=ASDFASDFER456745674567DFHGDFHG

Name=Telmo

WL-UT2-146.10=

WL-PT2-046.11=

WL-MP2-356.09=

Num=1

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Look at IniReadSection, you can read the entire section to an array and then loop through the array to get the items you want.


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Thanks, i'll check it out.

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This seems harder than i expected...

#include

Local $var = IniReadSection(@ScriptDir & "\config.ini", "user1")

Local $aiResult = _ArrayFindAll($var, "WL")

_ArrayDisplay($aiResult, "Results of searching for 'WL' in $var")

This displays no result. :mellow: I am a bit of a noob...

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Try this:

Global $var = IniReadSection(@ScriptDir & "\config.ini", "user1")
For $I = 1 to $var[0][0]
    If StringLeft($Var[$I][0], 2) = "WL" then
        ;do something here
    Endif
Next

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Read the parameters for _ArrayFindAll()

Local $aiResult = _ArrayFindAll($var, "WL", 0, 0, 0, 1)

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Very nice guys.

Thanks for your help. It really saved my day :mellow:

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