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I'm trying to use the FileMove function to rename a bunch of text files.
Some of the files have "_1" at the end of their name, for example, "File123_1.txt". I want to remove the "_1" so it would become "File123.txt".
What I currently have...
FileMove($sSource & "\*_1.txt", $sDestination & "\*.txt")
But since I'm using a wildcard, it doesn't appear to be working. I think it's just replacing .txt with .txt. Am I going about this the wrong way? How can I use wildcards and still accomplish this?
Any help is greatly appreciated ^__^
I have date in the string format as "DD-MM-YYYY".
I need to get yesterday's date from it.
I tried converting this from _DateTimeFormat but not working.
Is there any direct UDF available to get this.?
Hello, i'm trying to rename a variable to another variable name (not the value attached to the variable). This would save me TONS of coding.
Here is an example:
Local $clear1="$SATJ" ;sets the $clear1 variable to become $SATJ
GUICtrlSetState($clear1 & "3", $GUI_UNCHECKED) ;i want this to come out to be $SATJ3, it should look something like - GUICtrlSetState($SATJ3, $GUI_UNCHECKED)
I've already tried
any help is greatly appreciated!!!
Hi, i want to read a particular string from a text file using autoit. i wish to read it without explicitly opening the text file. the copied string should be then transferred to an excelbook (again, no need to explicitly open the excel book)...
with reference to my screenshot attached, my input to the 'script'' is going to be 0017-0008, and the script should copy the highlighted two lines from the input file to excel
Howdy, this is my first post, massive fan of autoit.
I've searched and tried and I would just like people who are better at this than me to let me know if this is even a thing.
I'd like to perform just a variable. For example, it would be. *see inserted code*
So what i'm wanting is, create the constant $test, and that variable would be what is followed after the = . Then perform the _FileCreate. Then perform the variable. Logically or in my head rather.. That variable is declared and is equal to what it is set to above, therefore just placing the variable plainly in the script, it should be equal to what it was declared as. So what am I doing wrong, and or how can I have autoit just perform the variable.
#include <File.au3> Const $test = FileWriteLine(@DesktopDir & "\Log.txt", @CRLF ) _FileCreate(@DesktopDir & "\Log.txt") $test