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IniReadSectionNames not working correctly

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Hi guys,

#include <Date.au3>
Global $YYMMDD = StringMid(@YEAR & @MON & @MDAY, 3)
Global $inifile = @ScriptDir & "\settings.ini"
Global $mfile = @ScriptDir & "\monitor" & "_" & $YYMMDD & ".ini"
Dim $i
$Count2 = IniRead($inifile, "Alert", "Count", "Count2NotFound")
$var = IniReadSectionNames($mfile)
If @error Then
MsgBox(4096, "", "Error occurred, probably no INI file.")
Else
For $i = 1 To $var[0]
  $Start3 = IniRead($mfile, $var[$i], "Start", "Start3NotFound")
  $End3 = IniRead($mfile, $var[$i], "End", "End3NotFound")
  $Count3 = IniRead($mfile, $var[$i], "Count", "Count3NotFound")
  $iDateCalc = _DateDiff('n', $Start3, $End3)
  If $Count3 > $Count2 Then
   MsgBox(0, "Alert", "Source : " & $var[$i] & @CRLF & "Duration : " & $iDateCalc & " mins" & @CRLF & "Count : " & $Count3)
  EndIf
Next
EndIf
Exit

When I run the above codes for the attached file, it only displays the last result. Why is it so?

Can someone kindly guide me?

Thank you!

monitor_111121.txt

settings.txt

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Hello steelsking,

The problem is in your filename extensions. In your code your looking for '.ini' however the file you provide is a '.txt'.

Either change your code to look for file extension .txt, or change your file to an actual ini file by saving it with the extension .ini

This will through a file not found error.

Edited by Realm

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hi Realm,

thanks for your reply. but tats not the issue.

i cant upload ini files in here, hence renamed it to txt files.

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You're reading text, right?

In particular, when you read $count3, you're reading text, OK?

Hence $count3 is a string containing a number. If you want to compare that to a variable holding a number, you have to wrap it into Number()

Change the line into:

$Count3 = Number(IniRead($mfile, $var[$i], "Count", "Count3NotFound"))

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Phew!!!! Thanks alot jchd!!!

Appreciate it alot! It works fine now!

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