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knucklesCZ

Autoit how to implement javascript functions?

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Hello coders. I've been working with the FF.au3 extension which allows user to do things in Firefox via javascript (_FFCmd function sends javascript and then returns values)

But in a lot of cases, there may come handy a javascript function, and now I found that it is probably essential to implement one. The case is:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15055185/document-getelementsbyclassname-exact-match-to-class

I've got elements with class "item" and class "item one"
if I do

_FFCmd("someMoreThings.getElementsByClassName('item')")

, it picks the items "item one" also. I need to pick only "item". That issue is solved by a javascript/jquery function on stackoverflow forum. How can I do something like that in AutoIt?

Thanks for help, Knuckles

EDIT: I'm thinking of using something like this:

document.getElementsByClassName('item' && !'item one');

JSLint says Weird condition. (so it's probably not the right way to do it)

Edited by knucklesCZ

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Some people say thar SRE in html is madness, but I still use it xD
 
SRE:
$rex = StringRegExp($htmlPage,'(?ims)<div class="item">(.+?)</div>',3) ;returns an array

Matching where the string beggins and where the </div> is used

$Start = StringInStr($htmlPage,'class="item">') ;matches the beginning of class="...
$end = StringInStr($htmlPage,'</div>',0,1,$Start) ;matches the char count of </div> (began matching it from $Start)
$match = StringMid($htmlPage,$Start+13,$end-$Start-12)

Heroes, there is no such thing

One day I'll discover what IE.au3 has of special for so many users using it.
C'mon there's InetRead and WinHTTP, way better
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Have you looked at using _FFXPath? 

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