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So this is kind of a continuation of my event viewer question.  I have successfully returned some sample data...  Now, I would like to know a way I could format the array in such a way that each "Event" would be returned as an element of the array.  This code should help demonstrate.

#include <Array.au3>
#include <Constants.au3>


$Run = Run (@ComSpec & " /c " & 'wevtutil qe Setup /f:text', "", @SW_HIDE, $STDOUT_CHILD)

Sleep (250)
Until $Run <> ""

        $sOutput = StdoutRead($Run, False, False)

$Array = StringSplit ($sOutput, @CR)

_ArrayDisplay ($Array)

Is there a way to delimit by the word, EVENT?

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Try this:

; You will probably need this at the top of the script

; Split on the word "EVENT" - you need the flag to use the entire string as the delimiter
$Array = StringSplit ($sOutput, "EVENT", $STR_ENTIRESPLIT)
Any luck? :huh:

If not then please post an example of the string you receive in $sOutput so we can see what you are trying to split. :)


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That does work, except I found out that it was case sensative.  So the line is actually Event[1] and Event[2] and so on.

So Im trying to find a way I can do "Event[$AnyNumber]"

I am experiementing with CHR....  we will see

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Here is an example...    The idea here would be to take everything starting with "Event[$Number]" and make it its own element, or maybe even its own array.


Edited by wisem2540

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