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IE: get page source code into array

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Hi I need to get page source code into array. Tried _INetGetSource, but it returns source code in String.

May be my task can be solved other way: I need to find nubmber of string in source code, that contains "tr data-id=". Wanted to use array, but may be there are other ways?

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Try This

$vWebsite = "" ;~ Put The Website Here
$vStringToFind = "tr data-id=" ;~ String To Find Occurences

$vSource = BinaryToString(InetRead($vWebsite))

StringReplace($vSource, $vStringToFind, $vStringToFind)
MsgBox(0, "", @extended & " occurrences")

Or

#Include <Array.au3>

$vWebsite = ""
$vSource = BinaryToString(InetRead($vWebsite))

$vRegEx = StringRegExp($vSource, '(tr\sdata-id=)', 3)
_ArrayDisplay($vRegEx)
Edited by mrflibblehat

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Or look at _IETableWriteToArray

Dale


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Thanks, I'll Try now

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Or look at _IETableWriteToArray

Dale

I tried. It writes into array only tables, I checked it on examples. Tables, I mean exactly tables) If there only text on the page and no tables - it returns nothing.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

May be I could save source code to file and then easy to put it into array. But don't know how to save it to file..

Edited by InfraRed

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Try using _INetGetSource. Call it with a variable ($Var = _INetGetSource..), and write that variable into a file. Then use StringRegExp or (_FileReadToArray and _ArrayFindAll) to get what you want.


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May be I could save source code to file and then easy to put it into array. But don't know how to save it to file..

 

Look at fileopen, filewriteline


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