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Help With Logging

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Ok I Want It To Log Everytime It Does This Line In The Code

Do 
       $PixMine = PixelGetcolor (401,278)
       $PixMine2 = PixelGetColor (399,326)
       $PixWest = PixelGetColor (557,215)
       $PixWest2 = PixelGetColor (559,243)
       If $PixMine = 13693136 Then
           Mouseclick("Left", 401, 278, 1, 30)
           Sleep($Click)
       Endif

So I Thought Something Like

$Log=1 (At The Start Of The Script)

Then Everytime It Clicks

$Log= $Log+1 (Then Log This Number In A File)

Any Idea How To Do This?

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

To create a log, you just need to open a file and then write to it. For example:

$log1=FileOpen("log.txt", 1)

FileWriteLine($log1, "Script started at " & @HOUR & ":" @MIN & " at " & @MON & "/" & @MDAY & "/" & @YEAR @CR)

FileClose($log1)

Do

      $PixMine = PixelGetcolor (401,278)

      $PixMine2 = PixelGetColor (399,326)

      $PixWest = PixelGetColor (557,215)

      $PixWest2 = PixelGetColor (559,243)

      If $PixMine = 13693136 Then

          Mouseclick("Left", 401, 278, 1, 30)

          Sleep($Click)

      Endif

$log2=FileOpen("log.txt", 1)

FileWriteLine($log2, "Script stopped at " & @HOUR & ":" @MIN & " at " & @MON & "/" & @MDAY & "/" & @YEAR @CR)

FileClose($log2)

The script will output: "Script started at 19:20 on 03/17/04" in the log.txt file when it starts (time and date change, of course!) and will also note when it stops.

Edited by SerialKiller

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To create a log, you just need to open a file and then write to it. For example:

The script will output: "Script started at 19:20 on 03/17/04" in the log.txt file when it starts (time and date change, of course!) and will also note when it stops.

How about ...

$log1="log.txt" ; place this near biginning of script

Do

$begin = TimerStart()

$TimeStart = "Script started at " & @HOUR & ":" @MIN & " at " & @MON & "/" & @MDAY & "/" & @YEAR

$PixMine = PixelGetcolor (401,278)

$PixMine2 = PixelGetColor (399,326)

$PixWest = PixelGetColor (557,215)

$PixWest2 = PixelGetColor (559,243)

If $PixMine = 13693136 Then

Mouseclick("Left", 401, 278, 1, 30)

Sleep($Click)

Endif

$dif = TimerStop($begin)

FileWrite($log1, $TimeStart & " - Duration = " & $dif & " milliseconds" & @CRLF)

$dif = 0

; This only writes once per iteration

; You didn't say what the frequency of repeat is. If is very quick and many many repeats, then you should iether use a file handle variable instead of a file name (as I did above, or concantenate the log results for 20 or so iterations and write out all 20 (or so) at once.

;A concantenation example:

Do

$count = $count + 1

$begin = TimerStart()

$TimeStart = "Script started at " & @HOUR & ":" @MIN & " at " & @MON & "/" & @MDAY & "/" & @YEAR

$PixMine = PixelGetcolor (401,278)

$PixMine2 = PixelGetColor (399,326)

$PixWest = PixelGetColor (557,215)

$PixWest2 = PixelGetColor (559,243)

If $PixMine = 13693136 Then

Mouseclick("Left", 401, 278, 1, 30)

Sleep($Click)

Endif

$dif = TimerStop($begin)

if $count < 20 then

$LogVar = $LogVar & $TimeStart & " - Duration = " & $dif & " milliseconds" & @CRLF

else

FileWrite($log1, $LogVar)

$LogVar = ""

$count = 0

endif

; The result in the file will be...

Line after line of start times and durations.

;

With this and other folks examples and some thoght I'm sure you come up with a method best suited for you.

Gene


[font="Verdana"]Thanks for the response.Gene[/font]Yes, I know the punctuation is not right...

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