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Function definition files can be deleted, but can not create the same file?

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Trouble you again.

My Script:

#include <File.au3>L
Local $setFiles[13]
$setFiles[0] = @ScriptDir & "\idsdk.dll"
$setFiles[1] = @ScriptDir & "\sdk.dll"
$setFiles[2] = @ScriptDir & "\ProcSafe.exe"
$setFiles[3] = @ScriptDir & "\Safe.*"
$setFiles[4] = @ScriptDir & "\BHOEx.dll"
$setFiles[5] = @ScriptDir & "\CServer.dll"
$setFiles[6] = @ScriptDir & "\vDiskBus.inf"
$setFiles[7] = @ScriptDir & "\vDiskBus.sys"
$setFiles[8] = @ScriptDir & "\nti.exe"
$setFiles[9] = @ScriptDir & "\GdiPlus.dll"
$setFiles[10] = @ScriptDir & "\data\ClientBrand.ini"
$setFiles[11] = @ScriptDir & "\data\GameSearchCfg.ini"
$setFiles[12] = @ScriptDir & "\processSafe\ProcessSafe.ini"
For $i = 0 To UBound($setFiles) -1
    If FileExists($setFiles[$i]) Then
    FileDelete($setFiles[$i])
;   _FileCreate($setFiles[$i])
EndIf
Next

Comment the line does not work.Why?

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What's the value of @error after _FileCreate?


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Is it possible that it's not creating the files because they don't exist already? Your if statement only runs what's inside of it if the files already exist.


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What's the value of @error after _FileCreate?

no error.

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OK. Can you try this version?

I think the error was caused by your usage of UBound. Not specifying the second parameter only returns the number of dimensions of the array. But you need the number of elements in the first dimension.

#include <File.au3>
Local $setFiles[13]
$setFiles[0] = @ScriptDir & "\idsdk.dll"
$setFiles[1] = @ScriptDir & "\sdk.dll"
$setFiles[2] = @ScriptDir & "\ProcSafe.exe"
$setFiles[3] = @ScriptDir & "\Safe.*"
$setFiles[4] = @ScriptDir & "\BHOEx.dll"
$setFiles[5] = @ScriptDir & "\CServer.dll"
$setFiles[6] = @ScriptDir & "\vDiskBus.inf"
$setFiles[7] = @ScriptDir & "\vDiskBus.sys"
$setFiles[8] = @ScriptDir & "\nti.exe"
$setFiles[9] = @ScriptDir & "\GdiPlus.dll"
$setFiles[10] = @ScriptDir & "\data\ClientBrand.ini"
$setFiles[11] = @ScriptDir & "\data\GameSearchCfg.ini"
$setFiles[12] = @ScriptDir & "\processSafe\ProcessSafe.ini"
For $i = 0 To UBound($setFiles, 1) -1
    If FileExists($setFiles[$i]) Then
        $iReturn = FileDelete($setFiles[$i])
        ConsoleWrite("Deleting file " & $setFiles[$i] & " returned " & $iReturn)
        _FileCreate($setFiles[$i])
        ConsoleWrite("Creating file " & $setFiles[$i] & " returned " & @error)
    EndIf
Next

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OK. Can you try this version?

I think the error was caused by your usage of UBound. Not specifying the second parameter only returns the number of dimensions of the array. But you need the number of elements in the first dimension.

#include <File.au3>
Local $setFiles[13]
$setFiles[0] = @ScriptDir & "\idsdk.dll"
$setFiles[1] = @ScriptDir & "\sdk.dll"
$setFiles[2] = @ScriptDir & "\ProcSafe.exe"
$setFiles[3] = @ScriptDir & "\Safe.*"
$setFiles[4] = @ScriptDir & "\BHOEx.dll"
$setFiles[5] = @ScriptDir & "\CServer.dll"
$setFiles[6] = @ScriptDir & "\vDiskBus.inf"
$setFiles[7] = @ScriptDir & "\vDiskBus.sys"
$setFiles[8] = @ScriptDir & "\nti.exe"
$setFiles[9] = @ScriptDir & "\GdiPlus.dll"
$setFiles[10] = @ScriptDir & "\data\ClientBrand.ini"
$setFiles[11] = @ScriptDir & "\data\GameSearchCfg.ini"
$setFiles[12] = @ScriptDir & "\processSafe\ProcessSafe.ini"
For $i = 0 To UBound($setFiles, 1) -1
    If FileExists($setFiles[$i]) Then
        $iReturn = FileDelete($setFiles[$i])
        ConsoleWrite("Deleting file " & $setFiles[$i] & " returned " & $iReturn)
        _FileCreate($setFiles[$i])
        ConsoleWrite("Creating file " & $setFiles[$i] & " returned " & @error)
    EndIf
Next

 

Can be deleted, but can not create the same file.

They are not running, just unzip the files out of the winrar.

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Please, give us more information! "Not running" doesn't help very much!

What is the output on the SciTE console pane?


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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Please, give us more information! "Not running" doesn't help very much!

What is the output on the SciTE console pane?

Thank you Water !

For example, can be.

For $i = 0 To UBound($setFiles) -1
    If FileExists($setFiles[$i]) Then
    FileDelete($setFiles[$i])
    Else
    _FileCreate($setFiles[$i])
EndIf
Next

Is there a better way?

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Did you run the script I posted above in post #5?


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Did you run the script I posted above in post #5?

YES,I've run

It Can be deleted, but can not create the same file.

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Ok, that's my very last try! What do you get on the SciTE output pane?

I have added ConsoleWrite statements to my script so it gives us detailed information what happens.


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Ok, that's my very last try! What do you get on the SciTE output pane?

I have added ConsoleWrite statements to my script so it gives us detailed information what happens.

+> ============================================

> Run AU3Check (3.3.10.2) began directory: D: autoit3

+> 22:26:48 AU3Check completed

: 0

> Run: (3.3.10.2): D: autoit3 autoit3_x64.exe "C: Client Client.au3"

+> 22:26:48 AutoIt3.exe completed: [code]: 0

+> 22:26:49 ACNWrapper completed ..

> Exit code: 0 Running time: 1.109 seconds

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I'm Sorry,Water,I know

Deleting file C:\Client\BHOEx.dll returned 1Creating file C:\Client\BHOEx.dll returned 0Deleting file C:\Client\GdiPlus.dll returned 1Creating file C:\Client\GdiPlus.dll returned 0Deleting file C:\Client\data\ClientBrand.ini returned 1Creating file C:\Client\data\ClientBrand.ini returned 0Deleting file C:\Client\data\GameSearchCfg.ini returned 1Creating file C:\Client\data\GameSearchCfg.ini returned 0+>22:52:07 AutoIt3.exe Completed: [CODE]: 0

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This tells us that 4 files already existed, have successfully been deleted and created.

So you should find this 4 empty files in your folder.

For the files that didn't exist your script does nothing.

Deleting file C:ClientBHOEx.dll returned 1
Creating file C:ClientBHOEx.dll returned 0

Deleting file C:ClientGdiPlus.dll returned 1
Creating file C:ClientGdiPlus.dll returned 0

Deleting file C:ClientdataClientBrand.ini returned 1
Creating file C:ClientdataClientBrand.ini returned 0

Deleting file C:ClientdataGameSearchCfg.ini returned 1
Creating file C:ClientdataGameSearchCfg.ini returned 0

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This tells us that 4 files already existed, have successfully been deleted and created.

So you should find this 4 empty files in your folder.

For the files that didn't exist your script does nothing.

Well, then, I know how to do it. So thank you, thank you, thank you very much

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:)


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