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    • By Chimp
      This "cow" seems funny to me,
          
      At this link (https://dodona.ugent.be/en/activities/1605325419/#) a brief rough description of what this script can do (sorry for the laziness, but that description may be fine).
      You can use the _CowSayWin() function to display a message formatted in a comic along with an ascii art figure in a standalone window,
      or
      you can use _String_CowSay() function to format a plain string in a comic along with an ascii art figure and have it returned in a string for your own purposes, you will probably use it in Consolewrite () or whatever ...
      The script makes use of the _StringSize() function written by @Melba23 (thanks Melba) of the StringSize.au3 udf that you can extract from the zip file located at this link: https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/114034-stringsize-m23-new-version-16-aug-11/. You have to save that udf file in the same directory along with this script.
      It also makes use of the _WinSetClientSize() function written by @KaFu. (thanks kafu) This function is already built into the main script.
      I hope you have fun
      #include <FontConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <WinAPI.au3> #include <WinAPISys.au3> #include <array.au3> #include <String.au3> #include "StringSize.au3" ; <-- https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/114034-stringsize-m23-new-version-16-aug-11/ _Example() Func _Example() SRandom(@SEC) Local $hCowWin, $aMsg = 0 Local $sMessage, $iWidth, $iClipart, $iTextAlig Local $aMessages[] = ["Bottled water companies don’t produce water, they produce plastic bottles.", _ "The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.", _ "Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. " & _ "Don't be trapped by dogma which is living with the results of other people's thinking.", _ "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results", _ "The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing."] For $i = 1 To 6 $sMessage = $aMessages[Random(0, UBound($aMessages) - 1, 1)] $iWidth = Random(21, 90, 1) $iClipart = Random(0, 3, 1) $iTextAlign = 1 ; Random(0, 2, 1) Left and right alignments are a bit ugly. ; they are allowed however if you need them ; ; You can use the _CowSayWin() function to create the "cowsay" message in a window $hCowWin = _CowSayWin($sMessage, $iWidth, $iClipart, $iTextAlign) ; ; or you can use the _String_CowSay() function to get a string of the "cowsay ascii clipart" ; so that you can use it however you like, probably in a Consolewrite () for example ... ConsoleWrite(_String_CowSay($sMessage, $iWidth, $iClipart, $iTextAlign) & @CRLF) While 1 $aMsg = GUIGetMsg($GUI_EVENT_ARRAY) Switch $aMsg[1] Case $hCowWin Switch $aMsg[0] Case -3 ; $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE ExitLoop EndSwitch EndSwitch WEnd GUIDelete(HWnd($hCowWin)) Next EndFunc ;==>_Example ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _CowSayWin ; Description ...: Display a message in a standalone windows formatted in a balloon along with an ascii art figure ; Syntax ........: _CowSayWin($sMsg[, $iBoxLen = 21[, $iShape = 0[, $iAlign = 1]]]) ; Parameters ....: $sMsg - a string value. The message to display (in a single line without @cr and or @lf) ; $iBoxLen - [optional] an integer value. Default is 21. ; The wanted width of the Box contining the message ; $iShape - [optional] an integer value. Default is 0. ; The index of the ascii art figure to be displayed along with the message. ; Available values are: ; 0 -> a cow ; 1 -> a sandwich-man ; 2 -> the penguin Tux ; 3 -> a hanging monkey ; ..... to be continued (maybe) ; $iAlign - [optional] an integer value. Default is 1. ; How to justify the string within the frame, that is: ; 0 -> left justified ; 1 -> center justified (default) ; 2 -> right justified ; Return values .: The handle of the created window ; Author ........: Gianni Addiego (Chimp) ; Modified ......: ; Remarks .......: ; Related .......: ; Link ..........: ; Example .......: No ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _CowSayWin($sMsg, $iBoxLen = 21, $iShape = 0, $iAlign = 1) If $iBoxLen < 21 Then $iBoxLen = 21 Local $iSize = 12 Local $iWeight = $FW_NORMAL Local $iAttrib = $GUI_FONTNORMAL Local $sFont = "Courier new" Local $sSay = _String_CowSay($sMsg, $iBoxLen, $iShape, $iAlign) Local $aMsgReturn = _StringSize($sSay, $iSize, $iWeight, $iAttrib, $sFont) Local $iXpos = (@DesktopWidth - $aMsgReturn[2]) / 2 If $iXpos < 0 Then $iXpos = 0 Local $iYpos = (@DesktopHeight - $aMsgReturn[3]) / 2 If $iYpos < 0 Then $iYpos = 0 Local $hCow = GUICreate("Cowsay", -1, -1, $iXpos, $iYpos, -1, BitOR($WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW, $WS_EX_TOPMOST)) ;0x94C803C5, 0x00010101) ; , $WS_EX_DLGMODALFRAME) ;0x94C803C5, 0x00010101) ; Style & ExStyle same as msgbox GUISetFont($iSize, $FW_NORMAL, $GUI_FONTNORMAL, $sFont) _WinSetClientSize($hCow, $aMsgReturn[2], $aMsgReturn[3]) GUICtrlCreateLabel($sSay, 0, 0, $aMsgReturn[2], $aMsgReturn[3]) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW, $hCow) #cs While 1 Switch GUIGetMsg() Case -3 ; $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE ExitLoop EndSwitch WEnd #ce Return $hCow EndFunc ;==>_CowSayWin ; By kafu ; https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/201524-guicreate-and-wingetclientsize-mismatch/?do=findComment&comment=1446141 Func _WinSetClientSize($hWnd, $iW, $iH) Local $aWinPos = WinGetPos($hWnd) Local $sRect = DllStructCreate("int;int;int;int;") DllStructSetData($sRect, 3, $iW) DllStructSetData($sRect, 4, $iH) _WinAPI_AdjustWindowRectEx($sRect, _WinAPI_GetWindowLong($hWnd, $GWL_STYLE), _WinAPI_GetWindowLong($hWnd, $GWL_EXSTYLE)) WinMove($hWnd, "", $aWinPos[0], $aWinPos[1], $aWinPos[2] + (DllStructGetData($sRect, 3) - $aWinPos[2]) - DllStructGetData($sRect, 1), $aWinPos[3] + (DllStructGetData($sRect, 4) - $aWinPos[3]) - DllStructGetData($sRect, 2)) EndFunc ;==>_WinSetClientSize ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _StringToColumn ; Description ...: passing a (long) string and a value, it returns that same string ; formatted in a column as wide as the value (string is split by @CRs). ; Whenever possible, it tries not to break the words but to split ; lines in between two words ; Syntax ........: _StringToColumn($sString[, $x = 21]) ; Parameters ....: $sString - a string value. The string to format ; $iColumnWidth - [optional] an integer value. Default is 21. ; The wanted width of the text column ; Return values .: The string formatted as required ; Author ........: Gianni Addiego (Chimp) ; Modified ......: ; Remarks .......: ; Related .......: ; Link ..........: ; Example .......: No ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _StringToColumn($sString, $iColumnWidth = 21) If $iColumnWidth < 1 Then $iColumnWidth = 1 Local $iPreviousSplit = 1 Local $i = $iColumnWidth While $i <= StringLen($sString) $iSplitPoint = StringInStr($sString, " ", 0, -1, $i + 1) If $iSplitPoint = 0 Or $iSplitPoint <= $iPreviousSplit Then $iSplitPoint = $i $sString = StringLeft($sString, $iSplitPoint) & @CR & StringMid($sString, $iSplitPoint + 1) $i = $iSplitPoint + 1 Else $sString = StringReplace($sString, $iSplitPoint, @CR) $i = $iSplitPoint EndIf $iPreviousSplit = $iSplitPoint $i += $iColumnWidth WEnd If StringRight($sString, 1) = @CR Then $sString = StringTrimRight($sString, 1) Return $sString EndFunc ;==>_StringToColumn ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _StringToFrame ; Description ...: places borders only to the left and to the right of the passed string block ; Syntax ........: _StringToFrame($sStr, $iFrameWidth[, $iAlign = 1[, $sV = "|"]]) ; Parameters ....: $sStr - The string to format; multiline string must be splitted by a @cr. ; $iFrameWidth - wanted Width of the frame ; If the desired width is less than the length of the string, the exceeding part is cut off ; If the desired width is wider than the length of the string, spaces are added ; $iAlign - [optional] an integer value. Default is 1. ; The string is justified within the frame based on the value of the $iAlign variable, that is: ; 0 -> left justified ; 1 -> center justified (default) ; 2 -> right justified ; $sV - [optional] a string value. Default is "|". ; This is the character used to draw the two vertical edges ; Return values .: The formatted string ; Author ........: Gianni Addiego (Chimp) ; Modified ......: ; Remarks .......: ; Related .......: ; Link ..........: ; Example .......: No ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _StringToFrame($sStr, $iFrameWidth, $iAlign = 1, $sV = "|") ; $iAlign: 0=Left; 1=Center; 2=Right If $iFrameWidth < 1 Then $iFrameWidth = 1 Local $a = StringSplit($sStr, @CR, 2) ; 2 = $STR_NOCOUNT For $i = 0 To UBound($a) - 1 Switch $iAlign Case 1 ; Center string $a[$i] = $sV & _StringSetLen(_StringCenter($a[$i], $iFrameWidth), $iFrameWidth) & $sV Case 2 ; Align to right $a[$i] = $sV & _StringSetLen($a[$i], $iFrameWidth * -1) & $sV Case Else ; otherwise Align to left $a[$i] = $sV & _StringSetLen($a[$i], $iFrameWidth) & $sV EndSwitch Next Return _ArrayToString($a, @CR) EndFunc ;==>_StringToFrame ; passing a string and a value it returns that string with a len as required ; By Gianni Addiego Func _StringSetLen($sString, $iWantedLen = 1, $sFillChr = " ") If $iWantedLen = 0 Then Return "" Local $iLen = StringLen($sString) Local $iKeepLeft = $iWantedLen > 0 ; else keep the right side of the string $iWantedLen = Abs($iWantedLen) If $iLen >= $iWantedLen Then ; reduce the string length If $iKeepLeft Then Return StringLeft($sString, $iWantedLen) Else Return StringRight($sString, $iWantedLen) EndIf Else ; add chars to the string to reach the wanted len If $iKeepLeft Then Return $sString & _StringRepeat($sFillChr, $iWantedLen - $iLen) Else Return _StringRepeat($sFillChr, $iWantedLen - $iLen) & $sString EndIf EndIf EndFunc ;==>_StringSetLen ; place a string in the middle of a given space ; By Gianni Addiego Func _StringCenter($sString, $iSpace) Local $iLen = StringLen($sString) $iHloc = Int($iSpace / 2) - Int($iLen / 2) If $iHloc < 0 Then Return StringMid($sString, Abs($iHloc) + 1, $iSpace) Else Return _StringRepeat(" ", $iHloc) & $sString EndIf EndFunc ;==>_StringCenter ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name ..........: _String_CowSay ; Description ...: Formats a string in a balloon along with an ascii art figure ; Syntax ........: _String_CowSay($sMsg[, $iBoxLen = 21[, $iShape = 0[, $iAlign = 1]]]) ; Parameters ....: $sMsg - a string value. The String to format (in a single line without @cr and or @lf) ; $iBoxLen - [optional] an integer value. Default is 21. ; The wanted width of the Box contining the message ; $iShape - [optional] an integer value. Default is 0. ; The index of the ascii art figure to be displayed along with the message. ; Available values are: ; 0 -> a cow ; 1 -> a sandwich-man ; 2 -> the penguin Tux ; 3 -> a hanging monkey ; ..... to be continued (maybe) ; $iAlign - [optional] an integer value. Default is 1. ; How to justify the string within the frame, that is: ; 0 -> left justified ; 1 -> center justified (default) ; 2 -> right justified ; Return values .: The passed string formatted in the required format. ; Author ........: Gianni Addiego (Chimp) ; Modified ......: ; Remarks .......: ; Related .......: ; Link ..........: ; Example .......: No ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _String_CowSay($sMsg, $iBoxLen = 21, $iShape = 0, $iAlign = 1) ; minimum $iBoxLen is 21 If $iBoxLen / 2 = Int($iBoxLen / 2) Then $iBoxLen += 1 If $iBoxLen < 22 Then $x = 0 Else $x = Ceiling(($iBoxLen - 21) / 2) EndIf Local $sS = _StringRepeat(" ", $x), $sT = _StringRepeat("~", $x) Local $sHeader, $sFooter Switch $iShape Case 1 $sHeader = _ $sS & " \|||/" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " (o o)" & @CRLF & _ "," & $sT & "oo0~~~~~~(_)~~~~~~~~~" & $sT & "," & @CRLF ; header $sFooter = _ "'" & $sT & "~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~oo0" & $sT & "'" & @CRLF & _ ; footer $sS & " |__|__|" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " || ||" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " oo0 0oo" Case 2 $sHeader = _ "," & $sT & "~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~" & $sT & "," & @CRLF ; header $sFooter = _ "'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~" & $sT & $sT & "'" & @CRLF & _ " \ .--." & @CRLF & _ " \ |o_o |" & @CRLF & _ " |:_/ |" & @CRLF & _ " // \ \" & @CRLF & _ " (| | )" & @CRLF & _ " /'\_ _/`\" & @CRLF & _ " \___)=(___/" Case 3 $sHeader = _ "," & $sT & "~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~" & $sT & "," & @CRLF ; header $sFooter = _ "'" & $sT & "oo0~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~0oo" & $sT & "'" & @CRLF & _ ; footer $sS & " \\ //" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " > \ \\|||// / <" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " > \ _ _ / <" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " > \ / \ / \ / <" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " > \\_o_o_// <" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " > ( (_) ) <" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " >| |<" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " / |\___/| \" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " / (_____) \" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " / o \" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " ) ___ (" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " / / \ \" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " ( / \ )" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " >< ><" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " ///\ /\\\" & @CRLF & _ $sS & " ''' '''" Case Else $sHeader = _ "," & $sT & "~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~" & $sT & "," & @CRLF ; header $sFooter = _ "'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~" & $sT & $sT & "'" & @CRLF & _ " \ ^__^" & @CRLF & _ " \ (oo)\_______" & @CRLF & _ " (__)\ )\/\" & @CRLF & _ " ||----w |" & @CRLF & _ " || ||" EndSwitch Return $sHeader & _StringToFrame(_StringToColumn($sMsg, $iBoxLen), $iBoxLen, $iAlign) & @CRLF & $sFooter EndFunc ;==>_String_CowSay  
    • By Danp2
      Hi all,
      I'm reading the file https://msedgedriver.azureedge.net/LATEST_RELEASE_83 using WinHTTP, and the string I get back looks like this when I view this file in Scite --
      xEFxBFxBF83.0.478.54 Here's what I've come up with as a means to strip off the Unicode BOM from the beginning of the string --
      If Asc($sDriverLatest) = 255 Then ConsoleWrite("Unicode detected!" & @CRLF) $sDriverLatest = BinaryToString($sDriverLatest, $SB_UTF16LE) If Asc($sDriverLatest) = 63 Then $sDriverLatest = StringMid($sDriverLatest,2) ; skip ? EndIf ConsoleWrite("Latest=" & $sDriverLatest & @CRLF) Is there a more reliable way to eliminate these unicode characters?
      Dan
    • By ThePoro
      Hello,
      I have a problem with getting first 10 characters with a big txt file, about 50k lines. I only want 10 characters of each line and save it into another file. I tried to use Stringleft every line and save it into another file but it was really slow to do it. I tried to save it into a variation like $var=$var&stringleft($file,10)&@CRLF. It's faster but still really slow.
      Can anybody help me with this
      Thank you so much
    • By GillesMaisonneuve
      Good morning,
       
      I am trying to read a Unicode utf8 string from a perl subprocess via StdoutRead.
      I use an AUtoIt GUI and display result in an 'Edit' control (see my code below) using 'Courier New', a font that can handle Unicode characters.
      I was expecting a result looking like (CMD console):
      ++$ chcp 65001>NUL: & perl -Mutf8 -CS -e "use 5.018; binmode STDOUT,q(:utf8); say qq(\x{03A9})" & chcp 850>NUL: Ω Instead I get someting like this (see downward the screen copy):
      ++$ chcp 1250>NUL: & perl -Mutf8 -CS -e "use 5.018; binmode STDOUT,q(:utf8); say qq(\x{03A9})" & chcp 850>NUL: Ω Obviously while I was expecting to receive an utf8 char, it seems to have been converted to Windows ANSI codepage 1250 (Windows default for Western/Central Europe, right ?)
      What am I doing wrong? Is there someone who could guide me?
       
      Here is my code and my output in the GUI.
      Creating and configuring the Edit control:
      Local $Edit1 = GUICtrlCreateEdit( "", 20, 110, 780, 500, BitOr($GUI_SS_DEFAULT_EDIT,$ES_MULTILINE,$ES_READONLY) ) GUICtrlSetData($Edit1, "This field will contain text result from external Perl command") GUICtrlSetFont($Edit1, 10, $FW_THIN, $GUI_FONTNORMAL, "Courier New")  
      Executing Perl command (note: `-Mutf8` and `-CS` garantees that I work in utf8 and STDOUT accepts wide-characters):
      local $ExePath = 'perl.exe -Mutf8 -CS ' ;~ if perl in PATH, no need for full path C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe local $Params = '-e "use 5.018; use utf8; use charnames q(:full); binmode STDOUT,q(:utf8);' & _ 'say scalar localtime; say qq(\N{GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA})"' local $Cmd = $ExePath & ' ' & $Params Local $iPID = Run($Cmd, "", @SW_HIDE, BitOR($STDERR_CHILD, $STDOUT_CHILD))  
      Reading STDOUT and displaying it into the Edit control:
      While 1 $sOutput &= StdoutRead($iPID) If @error Then ; Exit the loop if the process closes or StdoutRead returns an error. ExitLoop EndIf WEnd If $sOutput <> '' Then GUICtrlSetData($Edit1, $sOutput) EndIf  
      And now, what I get on my GUI:
       

    • By Skysnake
      'F‌inal' ; <========= problem between F and i 'F‌inal' ; <========= problem between F and i 'Final' ; <========= Notepad ANSI, no problem
      F‌inal

      PostgreSQL complains about that red dot.  Notepad++ marks the first word.
      Notepad said it contains Unicode.  Saved as ANSI and put back. Red dot is gone.
       
      the Text is inserted manually into an AutoIt Input box.  Things get done to it, and it ends up in a SQL database.  The data seems fine, but when I start generating reports, all kinds of funny problems show up.
       
      If I can ID that character, I can remove it.
      Any ideas?
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