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tcpsend space

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Hi all

i need a space between user and the $use var

TCPSend( $Socket,"user"<--space-->&$use &@CR)

so when it sends it would look like user michael

now it looks like usermichael i need to space the user and michael

would there be a way to do this ?

i don't know how to do this in au3

thank you

michael

$use= IniRead("test.ini", "user", "key", "NotFound")
TCPSend( $Socket,"user"&$use &@CR)

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Try:

$use= IniRead("test.ini", "user", "key", "NotFound")
TCPSend( $Socket,"user "&$use &@CR);after "user" there are spacebar.

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TCPSend($Socket, "user " & $use & @CR)

OR

TCPSend($Socket, "user" & " " & $use & @CR)

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TCPSend($Socket, "user " & $use & @CR)

OR

TCPSend($Socket, "user" & " " & $use & @CR)

Works good thank you very much i never thought to use ""

the --->" " is a space ?

thank you

michael

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

"user" & " " = "user "

spaces are those transparant things between words.

you make them with that big long bar at the bottom of your keyboard.

Edited by w0uter

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"user" & " " = "user "

spaces are those transparant things between words.

you make them with that big long bar at the bottom of your keyboard.

:):graduated::oB):D

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