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i am going to try to explain what i want :)

$fr = FileRead(@ScriptDir & "\lastip.txt")
   $xp = 0
   While 1
    If $xp < 11 Then
     $xp = $xp + 1
     $f1 = FileReadLine($config, $xp)
     $text = FileRead($f1, FileGetSize($f1))
     $text = StringReplace($text, "Your IP" Or $fr, @IPAddress1)
     FileDelete($f1)
     FileWrite($f1, $text)
     Sleep(200)
     MsgBox(0, "Edited", "Line : " & $xp)
    EndIf
wend

in the lastip.txt there is an ip adress

but in the file that a am replacing the string i dont know if the string i am replacing is "Your IP" or the ip from the lastip.txt

and the

StringReplace($text, "Your IP" Or $fr, @IPAddress1)
isnt working
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If you try to replace two substrings you have to call StringReplace twice.

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Try changing the strng replace with this?

StringReplace($text, @IPAddress1, @IPAddress1)

If you try to replace two substrings you have to call StringReplace twice.

the string i want to replace can be "Your IP" OR "xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx"

i dont want to replace 2 strings just one but dont know if its Your IP or xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

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Well it would be hard to get that code to work. StringReplace takes at least 3 parameters.

I lol'd :)

Anyway, the guy with the emotional name should consider doing this differently, using an ini file to hold the data that the text file has would seems better since it appears you're not even dealing with more than 10-20 bytes at any given time.

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