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shiv

Suppose $a = 1.2.3.4

$b =  1.2.3.4

I just want to compare these values i.e.

I am using == operator like

if $a == $b Then

msgbox(0,0,"pass")

else

msgbox(0,0,"fail")

But it is showing fail however both the vales are equal

 

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GordonFreeman

$A = "1.2.3.4"
$B = "1.2.3.4"

If $A == $B Then
    MsgBox(0, "", "You are the visitor number 999.999! Click in OK to receive your reward!")
Else
    MsgBox(0,"", "Critical error on system! All your personal files will be deleted")
EndIf 

I see no problem

Edited by GordonFreeman

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shiv

1.2.3.4 is the window text which i am retrieving from the window using controlgettext.

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jchd

Post a working reproducer or it never happened.


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GordonFreeman

It fails why have a problem when getting the text of the control. Then, maybe, your code return a blank string in ControlGetText func. Instead of compare, see the two string you trying compare. Like:

$A = 1
$B = 2

MsgBox(0,"", "$A=" & $A & " / " & "$B=" & $B)
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shiv

Code is returning 1.2.3.4.

i.e. $b i checked it. however it is showing "." after 4

when i check the text with autoit window info it shows 1.2.3.4 however when i get it using controlgettext it shows 1.2.3.4.

i also used

if $a &"." == $b Then

msgbox(0,0,"pass")

else

msgbox(0,0,"fail")

but it fails again

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GordonFreeman

Lol, it is funny. Here works nice. I think you doing something wrong

$A = "1.2.3.4"
$B = "1.2.3.4."

If $A & "." == $B Then
    MsgBox(0,"","EQUAL")
Else
    MsgBox(0,"","DIF")
EndIf

Try, by some divine reason, put the point in the var declaration instead of "If"

$A = ControlGetText(BLABLABLA) & "."

What is it? An control of a IP input?

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shiv

Yes it is a control

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shiv

Hi

I am not able to get it done.

I have used Wingethandle

Local $handle = WinGetHandle("", "My window")

$sWindowVersion = ControlGetText($handle, "", "[CLASS:Static; INSTANCE:2]")

---- - -  -- - -

 - - - - - - - -

 - - - - - - - -

i get Your version doesn't match. GOT: 5.6.7.0 but version is 5.6.7.0 ..

these two dots are getting added by itself.

however i have tried to compare the values by concatenating dots also but still dont work. Please help

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shiv

Also i have used msgbox menthod

It shows 5.6.7.0 for both variables which is correct . but when i am comparing values it says that version does not match.

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czardas

Nobody can fix this unless you post the code - a reproducer - to illustrate the problem.

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shiv

Func _MyWindow($sVersion)
Local $sRemark 

    WinWait("","Text window",5)
    Local $handle = WinGetHandle("", "Text window")
    

    If $sVersion Then
        Local $sWindowVersion = ControlGetText($handle, "", "[CLASS:Static; INSTANCE:2]")

            If $sVersion <> $sWindowVersion Then
            ;MsgBox(0,$sVersion,$sWindowVersion) //here correct version is displayed
            $sRemark = "FAIL"                       
            Else
            $sRemark = "PASS"
            
            Return $sRemark
            EndIf
    EndIf
EndFunc


Calling this function as

Global $sWindowVersion = "5.6.7.0"

  _MyWindow( $sWindowVersion)

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water

Sorry, but this is still no "reproducer script". Such a script should run on its own and show the error which should be solved.

Before comparing the data insert a MsgBox so you see what you compare:

Func _MyWindow($sVersion)
Local $sRemark 

    WinWait("","Text window",5)
    Local $handle = WinGetHandle("", "Text window")
    

    If $sVersion Then
        Local $sWindowVersion = ControlGetText($handle, "", "[CLASS:Static; INSTANCE:2]")
MsgBox(0, "Compare values", "$sVersion: >" & $sVersion & "<" & @CRLF & "$sWindowVersion: >" & $sWindowVersion & "<")
            If $sVersion <> $sWindowVersion Then
            ;MsgBox(0,$sVersion,$sWindowVersion) //here correct version is displayed
            $sRemark = "FAIL"                       
            Else
            $sRemark = "PASS"
            
            Return $sRemark
            EndIf
    EndIf
EndFunc


Calling this function as

Global $sWindowVersion = "5.6.7.0"

  _MyWindow( $sWindowVersion)

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FireFox

== is the wrong operator, unless you want to compare two strings with case sensitive.


 

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shiv

How to use operator for case-insensitive strings

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FireFox

simply equal.


 

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water

Simply use "=".


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Or have a look at the help file ;)


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shiv

Thanks i have tried this but fails again.

I have got the same issue with other text from same window. i am using controlgettext which successfully giving me the same text. but getting failed as i mentioned above in my comments.

I have observe one thing with autoit window info tool. that these text have some space at their end.

do we have anyformat to remove that extra space from the text which i have mentioned in my .ini file. please.......... reply asap as i am stuck with this

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water

Dog eaten your help file? ;)

Check StringStripWS

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