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Can anyone tell me why this isn't working?..
#include <array.au3> $regexp = StringRegExp("test 'a b c'", "'([^']|'')*'|\S+", 3) _ArrayDisplay($regexp) trying to split this "test 'a b c' 'some other '' test'' ...'" into:
1: 'a b c'
but it gives me:
I'm attempting to code a Run or RunWait command that is a little on the long side and contains multiple sets of embedded quotes (as it would be issued from a CMD prompt), but can't for the life of me figure out the containing quotes as pertains to AutoIt. Here's the one-line command as it would be issued via a CMD prompt...
"\\AppServ\G$\Connectivity\Clients\Citrix\Receiver\184.108.40.20618\CitrixReceiver.exe" ADDLOCAL="ReceiverInside,ICA_Client,WebHelper,SSON,AM,SELFSERVICE,USB,DesktopViewer,Flash,Vd3d" ALLOWADDSTORE=A ALLOWSAVEPWD=A ENABLEPRELAUNCH=Y ENABLE_SSON=Yes STORE0="AppStore;https://receiver.domain.net/Citrix/Apps/discovery;on;AppStore" /EnableCEIP=false /includeSSON /noreboot /silent I've tried so many different combinations of surrounding quotes with Run and RunWait, I just don't understand why it's this difficult to get past this.
Can anyone assist with this?
Hi guys! How are you? Hope you're fine
I'm trying to insert a text that contains quotes in a SQLite database, and I don't know how to do.
I tried with:
Local $sString = "1P6AV2104'0HA04'0AA0" StringReplace($sString, "'", "''") but I didn't managed to, obtaining this error:
--> Error: unrecognized token: "0HA04" How can I manage to solve this problem? Thanks
I have a string like this:
"Video or movie" "parent" "Media or entertainment" "1" "1" "1" "0" "0" I would like to split it by the spaces but the space inside the quote(both double and single quotes) should be ignored. So the splitted strings should be:
"Video or movie" "parent" "Media or entertainment" "1"
I want to check if a file exists under the System32 folder: C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\rewrite.dll
The following code always worked for me:
$string = @SystemDir & "\inetsrv\rewrite.dll" ConsoleWrite(FileExists($string)) But yesterday I updated my Windows 10 with the last "big" update and now my @SystemDir returns the following string:
And before it was:
So I thought I change my code to:
$string = @WindowsDir & "\System32\inetsrv\rewrite.dll" ConsoleWrite(FileExists($string)) But this code also does not work. I tried to run it as administrator but this also didn't work.
What am I doing wrong?