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little fast help about input box :)

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caramen

hello guys :)

 

part of my script:

If WinActivate ("Lettres1 - Message","") = True Then
   $Ticket  = InputBox ("Numero de ticket" , "Indiquez votre numero de ticket pour: -Intervention-","" )
   BlockInput(1)
    Send    ("{LSHIFT Down}")
    Sleep   (10)
    Send    ("{TAB}")
    Send    ("{LSHIFT Up}")
    Sleep   (100)
    Send    ($IDe)
    Sleep   (100)
;~  Send    ("{Enter}")
    Sleep   (100)
    Send    ("{TAB}")
    Sleep   (100)
    Send    ($IDestinataire1)
    Sleep   (100)
    Send    ("{;}")
    Send    ($IDestinataire2)
    Sleep   (100)
    Send    ("{;}")
    Send    ("{TAB}")
    Send    ($ICopie1)
    Sleep   (100)
    Send    ("{;}")
    Send    ($ICopie2)
    Sleep   (100)
    Send    ("{;}")
    Send    ("{TAB}")
    Send    ("{DEL}")
    Send    ("{DEL}")
    Send    ("{DEL}")
    Send    ("{DEL}")
    Send    ("{DEL}")
    Send    ("{DEL}")
    Send    ("{DEL}")
    Send    ("{DEL}")
    Send    ($IObjet)
    Send    ($Ticket)
    Send    (")")
    Send    ("{TAB}")
    Send    ("{TAB}")
    Send    ($IMessage)
    Send    ("{ENTER}")
    Send    ($IMessage2)
    Send    ("{ENTER}")
    Send    ($IMessage3)
    Send    ("!i")
    Send    ("s")
    Send    ("{Enter}")
    BlockInput(0)
   EndIf
EndFunc

my script working very nice but i whant to improve it but i dont know how to use the @error on input box

i just whant to make my script do that :in the input box the cancel button is pressed then go to (function): **** ()

Arround line 2 or 3

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jdelaney

Using sends will not allow you to recieve data from the process you are manipulating.  You would need to use ControlClick, ControlSetText, etc.


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JLogan3o13

$Ticket = InputBox("", "Test")
    If @error = 1 Then
               ;Do stuff
           EndIf

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DicatoroftheUSA

The help file tells you exactly what @error means when used with the input box. And, it gives an example. Use the help file before cluttering the forum.

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caramen

Using sends will not allow you to recieve data from the process you are manipulating.  You would need to use ControlClick, ControlSetText, etc.

???

lol^^

 

$Ticket = InputBox("", "Test")
    If @error = 1 Then
               ;Do stuff
           EndIf

 

Thx for the syntax have fun ++ :)

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caramen

The help file tells you exactly what @error means when used with the input box. And, it gives an example. Use the help file before cluttering the forum.

lol

-1 ) you are in help forum so answer like that dont got any room here

-2) if you post everywhere like that you should stop reading help forum since this answer is not constructive

 

-3) here is the script in the help file that i consulted before post my topic i ask you to show me in witch line the exemple is here becose YEAH f*king moron i watched the help file before post here .... I cant belea ... nvm you dont worth it cya.

#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>

Example()

Func Example()
    ; Places the input box in the top left corner displaying the characters as they
    ; are typed.
    Local $sAnswer = InputBox("Question", "Where were you born?", "Planet Earth", "", _
             - 1, -1, 0, 0)

    ; Display the result.
    MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "", $sAnswer)

    ; Asks the user to enter a password.  Don't forget to validate it!
    Local $sPasswd = InputBox("Security Check", "Enter your password.", "", "*")

    ; Display the result.
    MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "", $sPasswd)

    ; Asks the user to enter a 1 or 2 character response.  The M in the password
    ; field indicates that empty string is not accepted and the 2 indicates that the
    ; responce will be at most 2 characters long.
    Local $sValue = InputBox("Testing", "Enter the 1 or 2 character code.", "", " M2")

    ; Display the result.
    MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "", $sValue)
EndFunc   ;==>Example
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jdelaney

Oops, misread the question.  I'd still look into the functions I suggested, rather than send.

You could have easily found that in the help file though.  Would have required two searches, @error (view the seterror page), and InputBox.

SetError(); shows use of @error in example
Inputbox(); shows specific error returns

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caramen

 

Oops, misread the question.  I'd still look into the functions I suggested, rather than send.

You could have easily found that in the help file though.  Would have required two searches, @error (view the seterror page), and InputBox.

SetError(); shows use of @error in example
Inputbox(); shows specific error returns

 

Good information Thx man :)

I will check that becose it can be realy userfull ... for any kind of use.

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