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Alexxander

Hi 

I'am trying to list files from folder sorted by name (same as the picture)

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i tried this code

#include <File.au3>

 $arr = _FileListToArray("D:\2")
 _ArrayDisplay($arr)

i am getting this result

 

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Any one could explain why it is putting 10-1 before 8-1 ?

how can i make Autoit view file same as windows explorer ?


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Melba23

Alexxander,

You need to sort the items numerically - at present you are sorting them as alphabetic strings. Here is how you might go about it:

#include <Array.au3>

; Simulate reading files
$sList = "8-1.mp3:8-2.mp3:10-2.mp3:8-4.mp3:8-5.mp3:10-1.mp3:8-3.mp3"
$aList = StringSplit($sList, ":")

_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Unsorted", Default, 8)

; Now create a 2D array...
_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "2D", Default, 8)

; ...and set the [1] element to the number
For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    $aList[$i][1] = Number(StringRegExpReplace($aList[$i][0], "[^0-9]", ""))
Next
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Number column", Default, 8)

; Now sort the items numerically
_ArraySort($aList, 0, 1, 0, 1)
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Numerical Sort", Default, 8)

; And finally remove the number column
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Final", Default, 8)
All clear? :)

M23

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ChooseFileFolder ---- Single and multiple selections from specified path treeview listing
Date_Time_Convert -- Easily convert date/time formats, including the language used
ExtMsgBox --------- A highly customisable replacement for MsgBox
GUIExtender -------- Extend and retract multiple sections within a GUI
GUIFrame ---------- Subdivide GUIs into many adjustable frames
GUIListViewEx ------- Insert, delete, move, drag, sort, edit and colour ListView items
GUITreeViewEx ------ Check/clear parent and child checkboxes in a TreeView
Marquee ----------- Scrolling tickertape GUIs
NoFocusLines ------- Remove the dotted focus lines from buttons, sliders, radios and checkboxes
Notify ------------- Small notifications on the edge of the display
Scrollbars ----------Automatically sized scrollbars with a single command
StringSize ---------- Automatically size controls to fit text
Toast -------------- Small GUIs which pop out of the notification area

 

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Alexxander

Melba23

 

thanks bro 

 it is workign fine for all the names that have "-" in them when i have a name without "-" it will not but that number in the right place

#include <Array.au3>

; Simulate reading files
$sList = "8-1.mp3:8-2.mp3:10-2.mp3:8-4.mp3:8-5.mp3:10-1.mp3:8-3.mp3:16"
$aList = StringSplit($sList, ":")

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)


For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    $aList[$i][1] = Number(StringRegExpReplace($aList[$i][0], "[^0-9]", ""))
Next


_ArraySort($aList, 0, 1, 0, 1)
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Final", Default, 8)
The code result:
 
 

 

 

 

16 must be the last not the first...

any ideas ?

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Melba23

Alexxander,

If all the file names are of the form ##[-##] and have the ".mp3" extension (or no extension at all), then change this line: :)

$aList[$i][1] = Number(StringReplace(StringReplace($aList[$i][0], ".mp3", ""), "-", "."))
But if there are a mix of extensions or filenames which use other then a "-" to separate the number sections of the name then you will need something more complicated. ;)

M23


Any of my own code posted anywhere on the forum is available for use by others without any restriction of any kind._______My UDFs:

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ArrayMultiColSort ---- Sort arrays on multiple columns
ChooseFileFolder ---- Single and multiple selections from specified path treeview listing
Date_Time_Convert -- Easily convert date/time formats, including the language used
ExtMsgBox --------- A highly customisable replacement for MsgBox
GUIExtender -------- Extend and retract multiple sections within a GUI
GUIFrame ---------- Subdivide GUIs into many adjustable frames
GUIListViewEx ------- Insert, delete, move, drag, sort, edit and colour ListView items
GUITreeViewEx ------ Check/clear parent and child checkboxes in a TreeView
Marquee ----------- Scrolling tickertape GUIs
NoFocusLines ------- Remove the dotted focus lines from buttons, sliders, radios and checkboxes
Notify ------------- Small notifications on the edge of the display
Scrollbars ----------Automatically sized scrollbars with a single command
StringSize ---------- Automatically size controls to fit text
Toast -------------- Small GUIs which pop out of the notification area

 

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Also, we can add some blanks before each value, to have all strings with the same length (128 for example), and then sort the array :

#include <Array.au3>

; Simulate reading files
$sList = "8-1.mp3:8-2.mp3:10-2.mp3:8-4.mp3:8-5.mp3:10-1.mp3:8-3.mp3"
$aList = StringSplit($sList, ":")
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Unsorted", Default, 8)

; Now create a 2D array...
_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)
; ...and set the [1] element to the number

For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    ; Adds spaces on the left, to have 128 caracters string
    $aList[$i][1] = StringFormat("%128s", $aList[$i][0] )
Next
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "2D", Default, 8)

_ArraySort($aList,  0, 0, 0, 1)
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Number column", Default, 8)
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jguinch & Melba23

thank you fellows but im still having problem in the non dashed names

#include <Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>

; Simulate reading files
;$sList = "8-1.mp3:8-2.mp3:10-2.mp3:8-4.mp3:8-5.mp3:10-1.mp3:8-3.mp3"
;$aList = StringSplit($sList, ":")

$arr = _FileListToArray("D:\2")
$aList = StringSplit(_ArrayToString($arr,":"), ":")

;_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Unsorted", Default, 8)

; Now create a 2D array...
_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)
; ...and set the [1] element to the number

For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    ; Adds spaces on the left, to have 128 caracters string
    $aList[$i][1] = StringFormat("%128s", $aList[$i][0] )
Next
;_ArrayDisplay($aList, "2D", Default, 8)

_ArraySort($aList,  0, 0, 0, 1)
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Number column", Default, 8)

result 

14.mp3

16.mp3
8-1.mp3
8-2.mp3
10-1.mp3
10-2.mp3
11-1.mp3
11-2.mp3
11-3.mp3
13-2.mp3
13-3.mp3
15-1.mp3
15-2.mp3

 

it must be like this

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Im confused about this this thing may  some explain what is happening please ?

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Melba23

Alexxander,

It looks as if you want to show only .mp3 files - if that is the case then use the filter parameter of _FileListToArray to only list those files. Then the sort works as you wish: :)

#include <Array.au3>

; Simulate reading files with mp3 extension only
$sList = "14.mp3:16.mp3:8-1.mp3:8-2.mp3:10-1.mp3:10-2.mp3:11-1.mp3:11-2.mp3:11-3.mp3:13-2.mp3:13-3.mp3:15-1.mp3:15-2.mp3"
$aList = StringSplit($sList, ":")

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)

For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    $aList[$i][1] = Number(StringReplace(StringReplace($aList[$i][0], ".mp3", ""), "-", "."))
Next

_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)

_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Final", Default, 8)
M23
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ArrayMultiColSort ---- Sort arrays on multiple columns
ChooseFileFolder ---- Single and multiple selections from specified path treeview listing
Date_Time_Convert -- Easily convert date/time formats, including the language used
ExtMsgBox --------- A highly customisable replacement for MsgBox
GUIExtender -------- Extend and retract multiple sections within a GUI
GUIFrame ---------- Subdivide GUIs into many adjustable frames
GUIListViewEx ------- Insert, delete, move, drag, sort, edit and colour ListView items
GUITreeViewEx ------ Check/clear parent and child checkboxes in a TreeView
Marquee ----------- Scrolling tickertape GUIs
NoFocusLines ------- Remove the dotted focus lines from buttons, sliders, radios and checkboxes
Notify ------------- Small notifications on the edge of the display
Scrollbars ----------Automatically sized scrollbars with a single command
StringSize ---------- Automatically size controls to fit text
Toast -------------- Small GUIs which pop out of the notification area

 

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the last code worker perfectly but it made problems when their is a string before the number (sorry about not saying that earlier )

#include <Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>

; Simulate reading files with mp3 extension only
$arr = _FileListToArray("D:\3")
$aList = StringSplit(_ArrayToString($arr,":"), ":")
;$sList = "14.mp3:16.mp3:8-1.mp3:8-2.mp3:10-1.mp3:10-2.mp3:11-1.mp3:11-2.mp3:11-3.mp3:13-2.mp3:13-3.mp3:15-1.mp3:15-2.mp3"
;$aList = StringSplit($sList, ":")

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)

For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    $aList[$i][1] = Number(StringReplace(StringReplace($aList[$i][0], ".mp3", ""), "-", "."))
Next

_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)

_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Final", Default, 8)

the result:

ts-almojadilah5-3.mp3
ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3
ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3
ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3
ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3
ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3
ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3
ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3
ts-almojadilah7-5.mp3
ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3
ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3
ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3
ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3
ts-almojadilah2-2.mp3
ts-almojadilah2-3.mp3
ts-almojadilah2-1.mp3
ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3
ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3
ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3
ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3
ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3
ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3
ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3
ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3
24
 

 

they must be like this

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this is my last request please help me bro ...


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Maybe you can try with Binary instead of Number :

#include <Array.au3>

; Simulate reading files with mp3 extension only
$sList = "ts-almojadilah5-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah7-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-1.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3"

$aList = StringSplit($sList, ";")

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)

For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    $aList[$i][1] = Binary(StringReplace(StringReplace($aList[$i][0] , ".mp3", ""), "-", "."))
Next
_ArrayDisplay($aList)

_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)

_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Final", Default, 8)
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jguinch

#include <Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>

; Simulate reading files with mp3 extension only
;$sList = "ts-almojadilah5-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3;" & _
      ;   "ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3;" & _
      ;   "ts-almojadilah7-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3;" & _
      ;   "ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-1.mp3;" & _
     ;    "ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3;" & _
     ;    "ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3"

;$aList = StringSplit($sList, ";")

$arr = _FileListToArray("D:\5")
$aList = StringSplit(_ArrayToString($arr,":"), ":")

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)

For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    $aList[$i][1] = Binary(StringReplace(StringReplace($aList[$i][0] , ".mp3", ""), "-", "."))
Next
;_ArrayDisplay($aList)

_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)

_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Final", Default, 8)

your code works except these

 

1-1.mp3

1-2.mp3
10-1.mp3
10-3.mp3
2-1.mp3
2-2.mp3
2-3.mp3
2-4.mp3
3-1.mp3
3-2.mp3
3-3.mp3
4-1.mp3
4-2.mp3
4-3.mp3
4-4.mp3
6-1.mp3
6-2.mp3
6-3.mp3
7-1.mp3
7-2.mp3
7-3.mp3
7-4.mp3
7-5.mp3
8-5.mp3

 

it must be 

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i dont understand why autoit dont just order files like windows or view same in the order that windows is showing them currently !!

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mikell

This topic is a long run  :D

#include <Array.au3>

$sList = "ts-almojadilah5-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah7.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-1.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3;" & _
         "1-1.mp3;1-2.mp3;15.mp3;10-1.mp3;10-3.mp3;2-1.mp3;2-2.mp3;20-1.mp3;test3.txt"

$aList = StringSplit($sList, ";", 2)
_ArrayDisplay($aList)

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)
For $i = 0 To UBound($aList)-1
  $aList[$i][1] = Execute(StringRegExpReplace($aList[$i][0], _
        '(.*?)(\d+)-?(\d+)?(.mp3)', "'$1' & StringFormat('%04i', '$2') & '.$3' & ") & "''")
Next
_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList)
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#include <Array.au3>

; Simulate reading files with mp3 extension only
$sList = "ts-almojadilah5-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah7-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-1.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3"
; $sList = "1-1.mp3;1-2.mp3;10-1.mp3;10-3.mp3;2-1.mp3;2-2.mp3;2-3.mp3;2-4.mp3;3-1.mp3;3-2.mp3;3-3.mp3;4-1.mp3;4-2.mp3;4-3.mp3;4-4.mp3;6-1.mp3;6-2.mp3;6-3.mp3;7-1.mp3;7-2.mp3;7-3.mp3;7-4.mp3;7-5.mp3;8-5.mp3"

$aList = StringSplit($sList, ";")

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)

For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    $aList[$i][1] = StringReplace($aList[$i][0] , ".mp3", "")
    $aList[$i][1] = StringReplace($aList[$i][1], "-", ".")
    If NOT StringRegExp( $aList[$i][1], "\d+\.\d+$") Then $aList[$i][1] &= ".0"
    $aList[$i][1] = StringFormat( "%128s", $aList[$i][1])
Next
; _ArrayDisplay($aList)

_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)

_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Final", Default, 8)

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mikell

#include <Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>


;$sList = "ts-almojadilah5-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3;" & _
         ;"ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3;" & _
         ;"ts-almojadilah7.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3;" & _
        ; "ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-1.mp3;" & _
         ;"ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3;" & _
        ; "ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3;" & _
         ;"1-1.mp3;1-2.mp3;15.mp3;10-1.mp3;10-3.mp3;2-1.mp3;2-2.mp3;20-1.mp3;test3.txt"

    $arr = _FileListToArray("D:\2")
$aList = StringSplit(_ArrayToString($arr,";"), ";",2)

;$aList = StringSplit($sList, ";", 2)
;_ArrayDisplay($aList)

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)
For $i = 0 To UBound($aList)-1
  $aList[$i][1] = Execute(StringRegExpReplace($aList[$i][0], _
        '(.*?)(\d+)-?(\d+)?(.mp3)', "'$1' & StringFormat('%04i', '$2') & '.$3' & ") & "''")
Next
_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList)

every thing is working except for these  files

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result

 

282-1.mp3
282-10.mp3
282-11.mp3
282-12.mp3
282-13.mp3
282-14.mp3
282-15.mp3
282-2.mp3
282-3.mp3
282-4.mp3
282-5.mp3
282-6.mp3
282-7.mp3
282-8.mp3
282-9.mp3

 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
 

jguinch

 

#include <Array.au3>

#include <File.au3>
 
 
; Simulate reading files with mp3 extension only
;$sList = "ts-almojadilah5-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3;" & _
     ;    "ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3;" & _
   ;;      "ts-almojadilah7-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3;" & _
      ;   "ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-1.mp3;" & _
  ;       "ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3;" & _
 ;        "ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3"
; $sList = "1-1.mp3;1-2.mp3;10-1.mp3;10-3.mp3;2-1.mp3;2-2.mp3;2-3.mp3;2-4.mp3;3-1.mp3;3-2.mp3;3-3.mp3;4-1.mp3;4-2.mp3;4-3.mp3;4-4.mp3;6-1.mp3;6-2.mp3;6-3.mp3;7-1.mp3;7-2.mp3;7-3.mp3;7-4.mp3;7-5.mp3;8-5.mp3"
 
;$aList = StringSplit($sList, ";")
 
$arr = _FileListToArray("D:6")
$aList = StringSplit(_ArrayToString($arr,";"), ";",2)
 
 
_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)
 
For $i = 1 To $aList[0][0]
    $aList[$i][1] = StringReplace($aList[$i][0] , ".mp3", "")
    $aList[$i][1] = StringReplace($aList[$i][1], "-", ".")
    If NOT StringRegExp( $aList[$i][1], "d+.d+$") Then $aList[$i][1] &= ".0"
    $aList[$i][1] = StringFormat( "%128s", $aList[$i][1])
Next
; _ArrayDisplay($aList)
 
_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)
 
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)
 
_ArrayDisplay($aList, "Final", Default, 8)

 

working except these

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result

 

282-9.mp3

283-1.mp3
283-2.mp3
283-3.mp3
283-4.mp3
283-5.mp3
282-10.mp3
282-11.mp3
282-12.mp3
282-13.mp3
282-14.mp3
282-15.mp3

 

i think i'am the most sticky member in this forum :D

Edited by Alexxander

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mikell

:)

#include <Array.au3>

$sList = "ts-almojadilah5-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah5.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-1.mp3;" & _
         "ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3;" & _ 
         "ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3;" & _ 
         "1-1.mp3;1-2.mp3;15.mp3;10-1.mp3;10-3.mp3;2-1.mp3;2-2.mp3;20-1.mp3;test3.txt;" & _ 
         "282-1.mp3;282-10.mp3;283.mp3;282-11.mp3;282-5.mp3;283-5.mp3;283-10.mp3"

$aList = StringSplit($sList, ";", 2)
_ArrayDisplay($aList)

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)
For $i = 0 To UBound($aList)-1
  $aList[$i][1] = Execute(StringRegExpReplace($aList[$i][0], '(.*?)(\d+)-?(\d+)?(.mp3)', _ 
    "'$1' & StringFormat('%04i', '$2') & '.' & StringFormat('%04i', '$3') & ") & "''")
Next
_ArraySort($aList, 0, 0, 0, 1)
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList)

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Alexxander

non of the above was 100% right every code has a bug

i ended using php natural sorting and and windows php to complete the job

but thanks you a lot to every one who tried and thanks to this awesome scripting language and forum 


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czardas

Alexxander - The last post by mikell works on the given strings which contain digits. The specific implementation has limitations, but it's a good example of how to solve this kind of problem. A better way (for an unknown sample) would be to get the length of the longest string of digits within the sample and then prefix the required number of zeros to all instances of numeric strings accordingly. Strings not containing digits should probably be included in the sort - only without modification.

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Malkey

The _ArrayMultiSort function is only used in the example to separate the "txt" files out from between the "mp3" files. I had it from years past, and it did the job.

The interesting thing is the ways of sorting all the numbers that are separated by "-".

1/ Sort as two individual numbers: or,

2/ Sort the numbers as though the second number is the decimal part of the first number.

These two sorting order results can differ.

#include <Array.au3>

$sList = "ts-almojadilah5-3a.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-3b.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3;" & _
        "ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3;ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3;" & _
        "ts-almojadilah5.mp3;ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3;" & _
        "ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah22-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah42-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah12-1.mp3;" & _
        "ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3;ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3;" & _
        "ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3;ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3;" & _
        "1-1.mp3;1-2.mp3;15.mp3;10-1.mp3;test22.txt;10-3.mp3;2-1.mp3;2-2.mp3;20-1.mp3;test3.txt;" & _
        "282-01.mp3;283.mp3;test14.txt;282-5.mp3;282-1.mp3;282-10.mp3;282-11.mp3;282-12.mp3;282-13.mp3;" & _
        "282-14.mp3;282-15.mp3;282-2.mp3;282-3.mp3;282-4.mp3;282-5.mp3;282-6.mp3;282-7.mp3;282-8.mp3;" & _
        "282-9.mp3;283-1.mp3;283-2.mp3;283-3.mp3;283-4.mp3;283-5.mp3"

Local $fDeciminalSort = 0   ; When "0", the two numbers separated by "-" are treated as two separate numbers.
                            ; When not equal to "0", the number after "-" is treated as the decimal part of the first number.

$aList = StringSplit($sList, ";", 2)
_ArrayDisplay($aList)

_ArrayColInsert($aList, 1)
_ArrayColInsert($aList, 2)
For $i = 0 To UBound($aList) - 1
    If $fDeciminalSort = 0 Then
        $aList[$i][1] = Execute(StringRegExpReplace($aList[$i][0], '(.*?)(\d+)-?(\d+)?(.*)(\..+)?$', _
                "StringFormat('%s%04i_%04i%s', '$1', '$2', '$3', '$4') & ") & "''")
    Else
        $aList[$i][1] = Execute(StringRegExpReplace($aList[$i][0], '(.*?)(\d+)-?(\d+)?(.*)(\..+)?$', _
                "StringFormat('%s%04i.%s%s', '$1', '$2', Stringleft( '$3' & '0000', 4), '$4') & ") & "''")
    EndIf
    $aList[$i][2] = StringRegExpReplace($aList[$i][0], '(^.+\.)', "") ; File extension column
Next
_ArrayDisplay($aList)

_ArrayMultiSort($aList, "2a,1a") ; First sort column 2, ascending (file extensions).  Then sort column 1, ascending. Column 0 is thus sorted accordingly.
_ArrayDisplay($aList)
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)
_ArrayColDelete($aList, 1)

_ArrayDisplay($aList)


; #FUNCTION# ====================================================================================================================
; Name...........: _ArrayMultiSort
; Description ...: Sort a 1D or, sort a 2D array with the ability to specify which columns to sort and which direction to sort for each column.
; Syntax.........: _ArrayMultiSort(ByRef $avArray[, $sSort = '0d'[, $iStartRow = 0[, $iEndRow = 0]]])
; Parameters ....: $avArray   - Array to sort
;                 $sSort     - [optional] The default setting only sorts the first column, column 0, in decending order.  Otherwise, $sSort is
;                              a string made up of the column sorting order and sort direction for that column. Each column and direction is
;                              separated by a coma. If sort direction is "a" then that column sorts in ascending order. If no "a" is present
;                              that column is sorted in a default descending order.
;                              e.g. "1, 2a,0d" means - First sort column 1 in decending order, then sort column 2 in ascending order, then
;                                   sort column 0 in decending order.
;                 $iStartRow - [optional] Row index of array to start sorting at
;                 $iEndRow   - [optional] Row index of array to stop sorting at
; Return values .: Success - 1
;                 Failure - 0, sets @error:
;                 |1 - $avArray is not an array
;                 |2 - $iStart is greater than $iEnd
;                 |3 - $iSubItem is greater than subitem count
;                 |4 - $avArray has too many dimensions
; Author ........: Malkey
; Modified.......:
; Remarks .......: Thanks to Bowmore for his example @ http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/98071-array-multi-column-sort/#entry705519
;                 This function requires the __TestExp function, and #Include <Array.au3>
; Related .......:
; Link ..........:
; Example .......: Yes
; ===============================================================================================================================
Func _ArrayMultiSort(ByRef $aArray, $sSort = '0d', $iStartRow = 0, $iEndRow = 0)
    Local $iCol1, $Dir, $iLastRow, $iRetV, $Err, $aSort2D[1][2] = [["", 1]]

    ;---- $sSort (string) to $aSort2D (array) routine -----------
    Local $aSort = StringSplit(StringStripWS($sSort, 8), ",", 2)
    While UBound($aSort) > UBound($aArray, 2) ; Reduce number of column sorts in $aSort to equal number of columns in $aArray if necessary.
        _ArrayDelete($aSort, UBound($aSort))
    WEnd
    If IsArray($aSort) Then
        Local $aSort2D[UBound($aSort)][2]
        For $i = 0 To UBound($aSort2D) - 1
            $aSort2D[$i][0] = StringRegExpReplace($aSort[$i], "[^0-9]", "") ; $aSort2D[n][0] for column number
            $aSort2D[$i][1] = 0 ; $aSort2D[n][1] for sort direction.
            If StringCompare(StringRegExpReplace($aSort[$i], "(?i)([^a])", ""), "a", 0) <> 0 Then $aSort2D[$i][1] = 1 ; 1 - decending
        Next
    EndIf
    ;_ArrayDisplay($aSort2D)
    ; ------------------------------------------------------------

    If $iEndRow = 0 Or ($iEndRow > (UBound($aArray) - 1)) Then $iLastRow = UBound($aArray) - 1
    Local $iStart = -1
    Local $iEnd = -1

    ; Check if 1D array and "a" is present, then sort ascendingly.
    If IsArray($aSort) = 0 And StringCompare(StringRegExpReplace($sSort, "(?i)([^a]*)", ""), "a", 0) = 0 Then $aSort2D[0][1] = 0 ; 0 - ascending

    ; Sort the first column to be sorted.
    $iRetV = _ArraySort($aArray, $aSort2D[0][1], $iStartRow, $iEndRow, $aSort2D[0][0]); Sort on the first column (stored in $aSort2D[0][0])
    $Err = @error
    If IsArray($aSort) = 0 Then Return SetError(0, $Err, $iRetV)

    ; Sort all remaining columns.
    For $j = 1 To UBound($aSort) - 1
        If $aSort2D[$j][0] >= 0 Then
            ; For each group of equal values in the previous sorted column, sort the present column values on the same rows of each group.
            $iStart = -1
            For $i = $iStartRow To $iLastRow
                Switch $i
                    Case $iStartRow
                        If $i <> $iLastRow Then
                            If __TestExp($aArray, $aSort2D, $i, $j) Then
                                $iStart = $i + 1
                                $iEnd = $i + 1
                            Else
                                $iStart = $i
                                $iEnd = $i + 1
                            EndIf
                        EndIf
                    Case $iLastRow
                        $iEnd = $iLastRow
                        If $iStart <> $iEnd Then
                            $iRetV = _ArraySort($aArray, $aSort2D[$j][1], $iStart, $iEnd, $aSort2D[$j][0])
                            $Err = @error
                        EndIf
                    Case Else
                        If __TestExp($aArray, $aSort2D, $i, $j) Then
                            $iEnd = $i
                            If $iStart <> $iEnd Then
                                $iRetV = _ArraySort($aArray, $aSort2D[$j][1], $iStart, $iEnd, $aSort2D[$j][0])
                                $Err = @error
                            EndIf
                            $iStart = $i + 1
                            $iEnd = $iStart
                        Else
                            $iEnd = $i
                        EndIf
                EndSwitch
            Next
        EndIf
    Next
    Return SetError(0, $Err, $iRetV)
EndFunc   ;==>_ArrayMultiSort

; Internally function used by _ArrayMultiSort() function
; #INTERNAL_USE_ONLY# ===========================================================================================================
; Name...........: __TestExp
; Description ...: Creates and tests a test expression.
; Syntax.........: __TestExp($aA, $aC, $k, $m)
; Parameters ....: $aA - The 2D array to be sorted.
;                 $aC - A 2D array containing to column sorting order and each column's direction of sorting.
;                 $k  - The array's row index of the data being sorted.
;                 &m  - The array's row index of the current column being sorted
; Return values .: 1 - When any of the created test expressions are true; or,
;                 0 - When all of the created test expressions are false.
; Author ........: Malkey
; Modified.......:
; Remarks .......: This function is used internally by the _ArrayMultiSort function. The created expression tests the particular
;                 row, $k, of the test data, for each previously sorted column, $m -1, wheather the value in that column, $aA[$k][$aC[$w][0]],
;                 is not equal to the next value in that same column, $aA[$k + 1][$aC[$w][0]], where $aC[$w][0] contains the previously sorted column number.
; Related .......:
; Link ..........:
; Example .......:
; ===============================================================================================================================
Func __TestExp(ByRef $aA, ByRef $aC, $k, $m)
    For $w = 0 To $m - 1
        ;ConsoleWrite("$aA[" & $k+1 & "][$aC[" & $w& "][0]] <> $aA[" & $k & "][$aC[" & $w & "][0]]" & @LF)
        If $aA[$k + 1][$aC[$w][0]] <> $aA[$k][$aC[$w][0]] Then ; Like an "Or" join statements. If just one of the expressions in the For-Next loop is true, then function returns "1" (True).
            Return 1
        EndIf
    Next
    ;ConsoleWrite( @LF)
    Return 0
EndFunc   ;==>__TestExp

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Unsorted Data:-

ts-almojadilah5-3a.mp3

ts-almojadilah5-3b.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3

ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah5.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah22-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah42-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah12-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3

1-1.mp3

1-2.mp3

15.mp3

10-1.mp3

test22.txt

10-3.mp3

2-1.mp3

2-2.mp3

20-1.mp3

test3.txt

282-01.mp3

283.mp3

test14.txt

282-5.mp3

282-1.mp3

282-10.mp3

282-11.mp3

282-12.mp3

282-13.mp3

282-14.mp3

282-15.mp3

282-2.mp3

282-3.mp3

282-4.mp3

282-5.mp3

282-6.mp3

282-7.mp3

282-8.mp3

282-9.mp3

283-1.mp3

283-2.mp3

283-3.mp3

283-4.mp3

283-5.mp3

Sorted when $fDeciminalSort = 0 (like two separate numbers):-

1-1.mp3

1-2.mp3

2-1.mp3

2-2.mp3

10-1.mp3

10-3.mp3

15.mp3

20-1.mp3

282-01.mp3

282-1.mp3

282-2.mp3

282-3.mp3

282-4.mp3

282-5.mp3

282-5.mp3

282-6.mp3

282-7.mp3

282-8.mp3

282-9.mp3

282-10.mp3

282-11.mp3

282-12.mp3

282-13.mp3

282-14.mp3

282-15.mp3

283.mp3

283-1.mp3

283-2.mp3

283-3.mp3

283-4.mp3

283-5.mp3

ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3

ts-almojadilah5.mp3

ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah5-3a.mp3

ts-almojadilah5-3b.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah12-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah22-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah42-3.mp3

test3.txt

test14.txt

test22.txt

Sorted when $fDeciminalSort = 1 (like a decimal) :-

1-1.mp3

1-2.mp3

2-1.mp3

2-2.mp3

10-1.mp3

10-3.mp3

15.mp3

20-1.mp3

282-01.mp3

282-1.mp3

282-10.mp3

282-11.mp3

282-12.mp3

282-13.mp3

282-14.mp3

282-15.mp3

282-2.mp3

282-3.mp3

282-4.mp3

282-5.mp3

282-5.mp3

282-6.mp3

282-7.mp3

282-8.mp3

282-9.mp3

283.mp3

283-1.mp3

283-2.mp3

283-3.mp3

283-4.mp3

283-5.mp3

ts-almojadilah1-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah1-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah2-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah3-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah4-5.mp3

ts-almojadilah5.mp3

ts-almojadilah5-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah5-3a.mp3

ts-almojadilah5-3b.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah6-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-3.mp3

ts-almojadilah7-4.mp3

ts-almojadilah12-1.mp3

ts-almojadilah22-2.mp3

ts-almojadilah42-3.mp3

test3.txt

test14.txt

test22.txt

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      Can you suggest the best way to do what I need?
      BTW, the files in Rows 3-11 will usually have blank value for any row above the number in Row2 (e.g. Row2 = 5 so Rows3-6 will have values but 8-11 be empty), The values I need are in Column 1 of the array, the name of the key from the INI file that the array was created from is in Column 0.
      Full Example:
      Row2 of Array:
      Col0 = Games# - Col1 = 5
      Rows3-6
      Col0 = Exe2 - Col1 = Path To File
      Col0 = Exe3 - Col1 = Path To File
      Col0 = Exe4 - Col1 = Path To File
      Col0 = Exe5 - Col1 = Path To File
      I need that if Row2 is 5 to check these above for rows if the file exists, if it was 6 then the next row as well and so on up until number 10 in Row2 as it can't go above 10.
      So basically for whatever number in Row2 from 2-10 need to check 1-9 rows from 3-11 to see if the files in Col1 exists and if any of them don't exist it should call a function that shows an error message.
      I'm pretty sure I have the first line of the for look correct:
      For $i = 1 To $aAIO[2][1] Just not sure how to continue from there, also not sure if $i should be equal 1 or 2.
      Help will be appreciated.
    • TimRude
      By TimRude
      The help text for the _ArrayDisplay function says: "Clicking on a column header sort it."
      I'm wondering why the sorting of hex numbers (specifically window handles like 0x12345678) is so wonky.
      Sample script:
      #include <Array.au3> Local $aList = WinList() _ArrayDisplay($aList) Clicking on the Col1 header to sort by window handle doesn't properly sort the list.
      As a workaround, I'm sorting the array by window handle before displaying it using _ArraySort. But I still wonder what's up with the ListView sorting.
      Workaround:
      #include <Array.au3> Local $aList = WinList() _ArraySort($aList, 0, 1, 0, 1) _ArrayDisplay($aList)  
    • FMS
      By FMS
      Hello,
      I'm trying to get data from twitter to an array and so far I found an Twitter UDF whish lookes very intresting but couldn't get it to work.
      It lookes not supported any more(2010) and buggy when i read all te replies.
      More around this subject (autoit and twitter) i couldn't find on this forum.
      Is there sombody who know's a good way to get live data from twitter to an array inside autoit?
      (I kinda doubt that this isn't tackled before)
      In the end I was hoping to get all tweets from date to date from an specific subject inside a 2D array to work whit.
    • AndreasNWWWWW
      By AndreasNWWWWW
      I got a question:  i am trying to run different functions based upon what i select in these radio buttons.(code below)
      it needs to check server 1. then run function 1 or function 2 after what i selected in the checkbox.
      once that function is done it moves to the next one, until it has been trough all 5 
       
      iv'e tried using while loops with different while $i equals to something but then i manualy need to go in and edit the script every time.
      #include <ButtonConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <StaticConstants.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #Region ### START Koda GUI section ### Form= $Form1 = GUICreate("Form1", 615, 437, 192, 124) $Server2 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server2", 216, 95, 41, 17) $server1 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server1", 216, 72, 41, 17) $server4 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server4", 216, 144, 41, 17) $server3 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server3", 216, 119, 41, 17) $server5 = GUICtrlCreateLabel("Server5", 216, 170, 41, 17) $Start = GUICtrlCreateButton("Start", 240, 248, 147, 25) $Checkbox1 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 72, 97, 17) $Checkbox2 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 72, 97, 17) $Checkbox3 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 96, 97, 17) $Checkbox4 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 96, 97, 17) $Checkbox5 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 120, 97, 17) $Checkbox6 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 120, 97, 17) $Checkbox7 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 144, 97, 17) $Checkbox8 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 144, 97, 17) $Checkbox9 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function1", 288, 170, 97, 17) $Checkbox10 = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox("function2", 392, 170, 97, 17) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW) #EndRegion ### END Koda GUI section ### While 1 $nMsg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $nMsg Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit EndSwitch WEnd  
    • 31290
      By 31290
      Hi everyone, 
      I'm currently writing a script that allow me to list all currently installed software on a computer but some of the are listed in the HKLM64 hive of the registry whereas 95% of all others are in the HKLM "normal" one.
      Thing is, I'd like to combine these two reg key into one single ListView item.
      Here's my code so far, knowing that it's working on both cases (changing to HKLM64 or HKLM short)
      Thanks in advance for the help
      -31290-
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