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I am a blind young man
I started a project to make an audio player
I ended the player and i did not know how to recorder
This player is Compatible with the blind and visually impaired and ordinary users
Unfortunately I do not see so I could not merge images and icons
So I hope you will be able to help me in this matter
I will bring you the open source project and please help me to add images, icons and recorder, the project is requires easy access in order to be compatible with the screen readers, Please take this into account.
the software is organized so the recorder is In a special menu that Contains stop and start and pause and save.
The same is true for player
And greetings to all
I am relatively new to the world of Microsoft Office and the Excel UDF.
I am trying to loop through every row in a spreadsheet and get the text/values from each column in the given row... so far I have looked into the Help file for the Excel UDF and the wiki page for Excel UDF but I have no idea about how this is done ... This is all I have in my script:
Global $oExcel = _Excel_Open(False, False, False, False, True) Global Const $sSpreadsheet = @ScriptDir & '\data.xlsx' Global $oSpreadsheet = _Excel_BookOpen($oExcel, $sSpreadsheet, True, False) ; ... I am placing my bet on the _Excel_Range functions... especially _Excel_RangeRead. I don't know how $vRange works so I would be glad if someone can point me in the right direction . What I would ideally like is to get all of the contents of the spreadsheet (it's just a normal text one) in a 2D array.
Thanks in Advance!
I am trying to call my first DLL function but it won't work , I am trying to call GetFinalPathNameByHandle
$sFile = @DesktopDir & '\Test.txt' $hFile = FileOpen($sFile) $sFilePath = "" DllCall("Kernel32.dll", "STR", "GetFinalPathNameByHandle", "HANDLE", $hFile, "sz*", $sFilePath) MsgBox(0, 0, @error) Thanks in Advance, TD
It's 5:30 AM and been sitting here staring at the help file but it looks like an alien language to me.
I have the following example strings
Bird Cat Dog
What I want is
Bird Cat Dog
Now a easy solution would be to just trim it to the left by 3, however there are cases when it could be 4 (example Dog being ), so I figured StringRegExpReplace() is what I am going to have to use unless there is a easier/better method.
I don't know how or where to start though
StringRegExpReplace($String, "[*]", "")