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Logical subtlety ?

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Func My_WM_COMMAND($hWnd, $imsg, $iwParam, $ilParam)

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Case GUICtrlGetHandle($hSearch_Medecin)

If GUICtrlRead($hSearch_Medecin) <> $vInitial_Input[4] Then

$bChange[4] = True

ConsoleWrite("$hSearch_Medecin : " & GUICtrlRead($hSearch_Medecin) & " $vInitial_Input[4] : " & $vInitial_Input[4] & @LF)

Else

$bChange[4] = False

EndIf

Result on the console :

$hSearch_Medecin : Puthroste Jean-Luc - Paris $vInitial_Input[4] : Puthroste Jean-Luc - Paris

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And the question is?


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There is a question there somewhere?

IF you mean that you do not understand why they are "Not Equal" then i guess you need to check if the number of spaces are the same. They are not for the result posted.

Jos :)


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which1,

Firstly, you MUST give us more to go on that just a few code lines if you expect to get any help - you did not even bother to tell us what the error was! Remember we are all volunteers here and most people will not even bother to read cryptic posts like yours let alone work to discover what is wrong. ;)

But I did read it.......and there must be something different in the 2 strings or the match would not fail. Often a space is actually as @TAB or there is a trailing @CRLF. Try using StringToBinary on the 2 rresults and see if that shows where they differ. ;)

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Thank you Jos.

The 2 strings are indeed different : 'Luc -' and 'Luc -'

Sorry water and Melba23, i'll be more explicit next time.

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I always use function StringStripWS(String, 7) to remove all surplus spaces.


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