How to use _Excel_RangeSort to sort my excel file by three different headers Column A1, B1, and C1 have headers on which I want to sort by. The headers on which I want to sort are department, employee type, and name.
I still really new to AutoIt so I do not actually know how to properly start this line or lines of code, to be honest. The example code is the best I can do.
_Excel_RangeSort($OpenWorkbook, Default, "A1:C1", "1:1", $xlDescending, Default, $xlYes, Default, $xlSortRows) I just need to sort by those three headers in that order of department, employee type, and name, plus in descending order.
any and all help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Hi and Hello from a Noob..:-)
i have a very weird problem. I fill up a 2d array with a)numbers and b)letters from A-Z, so 2 columns. This works absolutely perfect. But as soon as i try to sort them (numbers ascending) the array ends up in some kind of "String-sortation". What exactly am i doin wrong? To make it easy, i post below the piece of code, which i am talking about. Hope that someone can help me out.
Local $aFill = "A" & "|B" & "|C" & "|D" & "|E" & "|F" & "|G" & "|H" & "|I" & "|J" & "|K" & "|L" & "|M" & "|N" & "|O" & "|P" & "|Q" & "|R" & "|S" & "|T" & "|U" & "|V" & "|W" & "|X" & "|Y" & "|Z"
_ArrayAdd ($BasisArray, $afill)
$row = 0
For $i = 0 to 25
$fummel = _ArrayToString ($BasisArray, ":" , $row, $row)
$readout = _GUICtrlRichEdit_GetText ($hRichEdit)
$anzAs = stringreplace ($readout, $fummel, $fummel)
$extended = @extended
$FreqFill = $extended & "|" & $fummel
$row = $row + 1
_ArrayDisplay($FreqArray, "2D - Item delimited")
Thanks for helping me,
Hi, i have this array of numbers in the form of strings, and i assumed _arraysort would sort them out, but theres no option to do it numerically, so i had to do it another way, seems clumsy, what am i missing here? There's for sure a better way to sort this out numerically right? _arraysort is doing a mess with the numbers, it goes like this: 35,45,50,42,48,54
#include<Array.au3> Local $ID, $AM Local $FO = Fileopen('mult.txt') Local $FR = FileReadToArray($FO) FileClose($FO) _ArrayDisplay($FR) For $d = 0 To UBound($FR) $AM = _ArrayMin($FR, 1) ConsoleWrite($AM &@CRLF) $ID = _ArraySearch($FR, $AM) _ArrayDelete($FR, $ID) Next So this way i retrieve the lowest number and then delete it from the array, what would you do?
How can I display in ascending sequence some numbers stored in a string variable?
$str = "18,03,48,23" MsgBox(0,"test",$str) I would like it to display "03,18,23,48"
Recently I have had the need to do a sort and then do a second sort while the item of the first sort stays the same ( double sorting , first on column x then while column x is the same sort column y).
I did not put much efffort into error checking but so far I did not need it.
For my applications so far it works perfectly however if someone is willing I want to test this extensivly.
If anyone has big lists of random stuff to sort could you try this out please?
#include <Array.au3> ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _ArraySort_Double ; Description ...: ; Syntax ........: _ArraySort_Double (Byref $array[, $first_index = Default[, $second_index = Default[, $ascending = Default]]]) ; Parameters ....: $array - 2d array to sort. ; $first_index - [optional] first column to sort. Default is 0. ; $second_index - [optional] second column to sort. Default is 1. ; $ascending - [optional] ascending/descending. Default is 1. ; Return values .: 1 if no errors occured , -1 if errors occured ; Author ........: Ternal ; Remarks .......: Needs excessive testing. ; Related .......: _arraysort() ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _ArraySort_Double (byref $array, $first_index = Default, $second_index = Default, $ascending = Default) Local $temp_value Local $counter = 1 If UBound($array, $UBOUND_DIMENSIONS) <> 2 Then MsgBox(0, "error", "error") return -1 EndIf If $first_index = Default Then $first_index = 0 If $second_index = Default Then $second_index = 1 If $ascending = Default Then $ascending = 1 _ArraySort($array, $ascending, 0, 0, $first_index); you can alter settings of primary sort here If @error Then MsgBox(0, "error", @error) return -1 EndIf $temp_value = $array[$first_index] For $x = 1 to UBound($array, 1) - 1 If Mod( $x, 10000) = 0 Then ConsoleWrite("at " & $x & " of a total : " & UBound($array, 1) & @CRLF) If $array[$x][$first_index] = $temp_value Then $counter+= 1 If $x = UBound($array, 1) - 1 Then; do last line here(if last line is not a new item) _ArraySort($array, $ascending, $x - $counter, $x, $second_index);you can alter settings of secondary sort here(don't forget to place line 34 the exact same) If @error Then MsgBox(0, "error", @error) return -1 EndIf EndIf Else If $counter > 0 Then ;at least 2 of the same _ArraySort($array, $ascending, $x - $counter, $x - 1, $second_index);you can alter settings of secondary sort here(don't forget to place line 29 the exact same) If @error Then MsgBox(0, "error", @error) return -1 EndIf $counter = 1 EndIf EndIf $temp_value = $array[$x][$first_index] Next Return 1 EndFunc Kind regards, Ternal