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I have searched the help and forums to no avail and it is really starting to waste my time so please reply.

My issue is that i am using a database program and in need of capturing a record to a variable. The contained data is numbers and letters in a CSV fashion.

My goal is to create a script where it will scour a databas automatically for data. I have got the navigation part sorted out but just need to know this. I can copy to clipboard by using copy so is there anyway to turn this into a variable.

Thanks for your time and look forward to a reply :whistle::dance:

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Can you use FileRead and StringSplit to read the data elements into arrays?

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If the data you want is on the clipboard, see the helpfile for ClipGet() -- then you can use StringSplit as suggested above.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks for replying BTW.

I don't need to seperate the string because i need a CSV as output (apologies on my part for poor description)

I am trying the ClipGet approach now :whistle:

EDIT: PERFECT!!! :dance: Thanks for the assist, i knew it would be a simple command like that

Edited by A5P1R3D

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