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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

If $oStatusCode = 404 Then
_FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput[$i])
For $i = 1 To $aInput[$i]
    $aInput[$i] &= "[SUCCESS]"
Next

_FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput[$i], 1)
EndIf

I am trying to write [SUCECSS] on each line in my email.txt file and store it as "Checked.txt"
I have written this code from my research here on this forum, but I just can't get it to work.
I've tried different ways of using array, also tried using "FileWriteLine" functions, nothing works out for me.

 

I hope someone can point me towards a solution and/or write the code I need with an explanation.
Thanks in advance.

Edited by RyukShini
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4 minutes ago, JohnOne said:
_FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)

 

Now it writes $aInput on each lines of "checked.txt"

 

However it does not write [SUCCESS] after each lines.
And it does it for all of email.txt not just the ones giving response 404.

Thank you though, it made my progress go a bit further.

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8 minutes ago, JohnOne said:

And

_FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)

And

For $i = 1 To $aInput[0]
    $aInput[$i] &= "[SUCCESS]"
Next

 

Now it writes [SUCCESS] after each line.
however it does it for all of email.txt.
It does not only write [SUCCESS] if the response code is 404.
Thanks a lot, I will try to fix it, but if more responds comes I wont complain!
 

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You're reading the entire contents of "email.txt" into a single array element (with a possibly undefined index), then trying to use that same array element as the upper bound on a for-loop index, which won't work: $aInput[$i] contains the data from "email.txt", not the line count. Perhaps what you meant is something like this:

If $oStatusCode = 404 Then
    _FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)          ; Line count (max index) is in element 0
    For $i = 1 To $aInput[0]
        $aInput[$i] &= "[SUCCESS]"
    Next
    _FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)  ; Begin writing from index = 1
EndIf

Give _FileReadToArray() an array variable with no index to read each line of "email.txt" into successive elements starting at index = 1; you need to specify a starting index of 1 for _FileWriteFromArray(), otherwise it will start with 0 and include the line count in the output to "checked.txt".

I haven't tested the code; you might need to append @CRLF to each element of the array (after "[SUCCESS]"). You might also want to put a space or tab character before "[SUCCESS]" for readability, otherwise it will immediately follow the last character in the input line (no intervening whitespace).


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21 minutes ago, tremolux66 said:

You're reading the entire contents of "email.txt" into a single array element (with a possibly undefined index), then trying to use that same array element as the upper bound on a for-loop index, which won't work: $aInput[$i] contains the data from "email.txt", not the line count. Perhaps what you meant is something like this:

If $oStatusCode = 404 Then
    _FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)          ; Line count (max index) is in element 0
    For $i = 1 To $aInput[0]
        $aInput[$i] &= "[SUCCESS]"
    Next
    _FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)  ; Begin writing from index = 1
EndIf

Give _FileReadToArray() an array variable with no index to read each line of "email.txt" into successive elements starting at index = 1; you need to specify a starting index of 1 for _FileWriteFromArray(), otherwise it will start with 0 and include the line count in the output to "checked.txt".

I haven't tested the code; you might need to append @CRLF to each element of the array (after "[SUCCESS]"). You might also want to put a space or tab character before "[SUCCESS]" for readability, otherwise it will immediately follow the last character in the input line (no intervening whitespace).

I have tried back and forth, I am not sure I understand.
Would you mind writing an example?
I process code easier than I process words to be honest.

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This example is pretty much the same as the code I posted earlier, and is based on the code fragment that was originally posted.

#cs ----------------
    success.au3
#ce ----------------
#include <File.au3>

Local $aInput[1]            ; Declare the array with 1 element just so AutoIt knows it's an array -
                            ;   _FileReadToArray() will grow the array to be big enough to hold all the
                            ;   lines of text from the file

Local $oStatusCode = 404    ; Set this variable to 404 to force the SUCCESS code to execute

If $oStatusCode = 404 Then
    ; Read the contents of "email.txt" into the array starting at index = 1
    ; -- $aInput[0] will hold the line count, and $aInput[1] ... $aInput[N] will hold lines 1-N
    ; -- For example: with 4 lines of text, $aInput = [4, line_1, line_2, line_3, line_4]
    _FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)

    ; For every line in the file ...
    For $i = 1 to $aInput[0]
        ; ... append <space>[SUCCESS] to the line (no @CRLF needed)
        $aInput[$i] &= " [SUCCESS]"
    Next

    ; Write all the text lines in the array to "checked.txt"
    ; -- We set the 3rd argument to 1 so that it starts with index = 1 instead of 0
    _FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)
EndIf

 

email.txt contents:

This is line 1.
Here is line 2!
This could be line 3...

 

checked.txt contents:

This is line 1. [SUCCESS]
Here is line 2! [SUCCESS]
This could be line 3... [SUCCESS]

 


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3 hours ago, tremolux66 said:

This example is pretty much the same as the code I posted earlier, and is based on the code fragment that was originally posted.

#cs ----------------
    success.au3
#ce ----------------
#include <File.au3>

Local $aInput[1]            ; Declare the array with 1 element just so AutoIt knows it's an array -
                            ;   _FileReadToArray() will grow the array to be big enough to hold all the
                            ;   lines of text from the file

Local $oStatusCode = 404    ; Set this variable to 404 to force the SUCCESS code to execute

If $oStatusCode = 404 Then
    ; Read the contents of "email.txt" into the array starting at index = 1
    ; -- $aInput[0] will hold the line count, and $aInput[1] ... $aInput[N] will hold lines 1-N
    ; -- For example: with 4 lines of text, $aInput = [4, line_1, line_2, line_3, line_4]
    _FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)

    ; For every line in the file ...
    For $i = 1 to $aInput[0]
        ; ... append <space>[SUCCESS] to the line (no @CRLF needed)
        $aInput[$i] &= " [SUCCESS]"
    Next

    ; Write all the text lines in the array to "checked.txt"
    ; -- We set the 3rd argument to 1 so that it starts with index = 1 instead of 0
    _FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)
EndIf

 

email.txt contents:

This is line 1.
Here is line 2!
This could be line 3...

 

checked.txt contents:

This is line 1. [SUCCESS]
Here is line 2! [SUCCESS]
This could be line 3... [SUCCESS]

 

Thanks, so far that is working fine, sorry for not being able to express myself proper.
It is already working as your example shows.
However it should only write [SUCCESS] on the ones giving status code 404.

So 

This is an example:

 

This is a line - It gave Response code 200
this is a line - same as above
this is a line - ^
this is a line [SUCCESS] - Response code was 404
this is a line - response code 200

Right now it takes all of the file and writes [SUCCESS] each line even thought I gave it if $statuscode = etc.
I am not sure what I am doing wrong.

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Is "email.txt" a list of addresses , for which you check status code and then write the result in "checked.txt" ?

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Are you sending a EMail to all adresses in EMail.txt in a loop? I think it's better to show your whole script,because title and script snippet are saying you want to write success after each line.

 

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#cs ----------------
    success.au3
#ce ----------------
#include <File.au3>

Local $aInput[1]            ; Declare the array with 1 element just so AutoIt knows it's an array -
                            ;   _FileReadToArray() will grow the array to be big enough to hold all the
                            ;   lines of text from the file

Local $oStatusCode = 404    ; Set this variable to 404 to force the SUCCESS code to execute

If $oStatusCode = 404 Then
    ; Read the contents of "email.txt" into the array starting at index = 1
    ; -- $aInput[0] will hold the line count, and $aInput[1] ... $aInput[N] will hold lines 1-N
    ; -- For example: with 4 lines of text, $aInput = [4, line_1, line_2, line_3, line_4]
    _FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)

    ; For every line in the file ...
    For $i = 1 to $aInput[0]
        $oStatusCode = Random(404, 408, 1)
        If Not $oStatusCode = 404 Then
            ; ... append <space>[SUCCESS] to the line (no @CRLF needed)
            $aInput[$i] &= " [SUCCESS]"
        EndIf
    Next

    ; Write all the text lines in the array to "checked.txt"
    ; -- We set the 3rd argument to 1 so that it starts with index = 1 instead of 0
    _FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)
EndIf

 


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JO, your code assumes that the answer to the question in post #10 is "yes" ... no ?  :)

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15 hours ago, mikell said:

Is "email.txt" a list of addresses , for which you check status code and then write the result in "checked.txt" ?

It is a list of usernames actually, just never got to change the filename.
but it takes the username/email.txt and inserts it after .com/username
Then if the specific website gives me back a 404 response code(Page not found)
Then it should write [SUCCESS] after that username in the email.txt and/or save the [SUCCESS] in checked.txt

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5 hours ago, JohnOne said:

Well, we are being forced to guess. :blink:

Thank you for all the support!

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Then the approach should be like this

Local $aInput
_FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)  ; read the list of names to array

For $i = 1 To $aInput[0]   ; for each name
    ; here some code to send mail and check status code 
    ; ...
    If $oStatusCode = 404 Then $aInput[$i] &= " [SUCCESS]"  ; append to the address
Next
_FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)  ; rewrite the array to file

 

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3 hours ago, mikell said:

Then the approach should be like this

Local $aInput
_FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)  ; read the list of names to array

For $i = 1 To $aInput[0]   ; for each name
    ; here some code to send mail and check status code 
    ; ...
    If $oStatusCode = 404 Then $aInput[$i] &= " [SUCCESS]"  ; append to the address
Next
_FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)  ; rewrite the array to file

 

I am not sure what I am doing wrong:

 

#include <String.au3>
#include <Array.au3>
#Include <File.au3>
Local $aInput
_FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)  ; read the list of names to arra

$oHTTP = ObjCreate("winhttp.winhttprequest.5.1")
For $i = 1 to UBound($aInput) -1
$oHTTP.Open("GET", "https:///" & $aInput[$i], False) ; Post url
$oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8") ; Header data >
$oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("Accept", "text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,image/webp,*/*;q=0.8")
$oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("User-Agent", "User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/46.0.2490.52 YaBrowser/15.12.2490.3614 (beta) Yowser/2.5 Safari/537.36")
$oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("X-CSRFToken", "")
$oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("Referer", "https:///")
$oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("X-Requested-With", "XMLHttpRequest")
; Header data <

; Performing the Request
$oHTTP.Send
;Sends the post data with the given details

;Download the body response if any, and get the server status response code.
$oReceived = $oHTTP.ResponseText
$oStatusCode = $oHTTP.Status
Next
For $i = 1 To $aInput[0]   ; for each name
    If $oStatusCode = 404 Then
        $aInput[$i] &= " [SUCCESS]"  ; append to the address

_FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)  ; rewrite the array to file
EndIf
Next
Sleep(3000)

 

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#20 ·  Posted (edited)

My (personal) feeling about your logic is that you should try something like this

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

$oHTTP = ObjCreate("winhttp.winhttprequest.5.1")
Local $aInput
_FileReadToArray("email.txt", $aInput)  ; read the list of names to array

For $i = 1 To $aInput[0]   ; for each name
    $oHTTP.Open("GET", "https:///" & $aInput[$i], False) ; Post url
    $oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8") ; Header data >
    $oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("Accept", "text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,image/webp,*/*;q=0.8")
    $oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("User-Agent", "User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/46.0.2490.52 YaBrowser/15.12.2490.3614 (beta) Yowser/2.5 Safari/537.36")
    $oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("X-CSRFToken", "")
    $oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("Referer", "https:///")
    $oHTTP.SetRequestHeader("X-Requested-With", "XMLHttpRequest")
    $oHTTP.Send
    $oReceived = $oHTTP.ResponseText
    $oStatusCode = $oHTTP.Status
    If $oStatusCode = 404 Then $aInput[$i] &= " [SUCCESS]"  ; append to the address
Next

$oHTTP = 0
_FileWriteFromArray("checked.txt", $aInput, 1)  ; rewrite the array to file

 

Edited by mikell
huge typo

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Allow the user to change the number and display the ; new number. ; ;~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ $iLeft = 60 GUIStartGroup() $iTop = 28 For $i = 0 to $iMMCount Step 1 $sNumberText = $aArray1[$i][1] $aNumberCount[$i][1] = $sNumberText $aNumberCount[$i][0] = GUICtrlCreateInput($sNumberText,$iLeft, $iTop, 50,18, $GUI_DOCKAUTO) GUICtrlSetPos($aNumberCount[$i][0],200) $iTop += 30 Next ;~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ; ; Read the checked names and (possibly updated) number ; ;~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ $iMMCount = UBound($aNumberCount) $iMMNewCount = $iMMCount - 1 Local $aGUICheckbox[$iMMCount] Local $aCheckedNameNumber[$iMMCount][2] $iLeft = 30 Local $idCloseGUI = GUICtrlCreateButton("Close",$iLeft, $iTop) GUISetState(@SW_SHOW) While 1 $nMsg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $nMsg Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit Case $idCloseGUI For $i = 0 To $iMMNewCount Step 1 Switch GUICtrlRead($aName[$i]) Case $GUI_CHECKED $aCheckedNameNumber[$i][0] = $aArray1[$i][0] Case $GUI_UNCHECKED EndSwitch Switch GUICtrlRead($aNumberCount[$i][0]) Case $aCheckedNameNumber[$i][1] = GUICtrlRead($aNumberCount[$i][1]) EndSwitch Next ExitLoop EndSwitch WEnd For $i = 0 to $iMMNewCount step 1 GUICtrlRead($aNumberCount[$i][0]) If $aCheckedNameNumber[$i][0] <> "" Then $aCheckedNameNumber[$i][1] = $aNumberCount[$i][1] EndIf Next GUIDelete($hGUI) Return $aCheckedNameNumber EndFunc This is the text file I am reading. If you want to try this out put the NameNumber.txt file in your script directory. It's attached to the post.
      * This is a dummy file with a Name and Number * The only purpose of this file is to read the updated Number. Name:Taggart Number:916 Name:Mongo Number:90 Name:Hedley Lamarr Number:22 Name:Bart Number:9999 Name:The Waco Kid Number:2244 If I change the number, the original number is displayed at the end, not the updated/modified number. I need the modified number to be displayed.
      Thanks in advance for any assistance!
      Jibberish
      NameNumber.txt
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      By Jibberish
      I am working on a Video Player Test Script. I am reading a text file into a 3d array to be displayed in a GUI.
      Array Content:
      [x][0]FileName.mp4
      [x][1]UsageCount -> Up to a 4 digit number
      [x][2]EnableUsageCount (True/False)
      In the GUI the user can check the filename box, edit the number of usages and check EnableUsageCount to turn on the UsageCount control using the UsageCount number for the maximum number of plays.
      To make this easier to deal with I have removed the EnableUsageCount section, and am just concentrating on getting a method to put the edited (or unchanged) UsageCount in the array. Currently nothing is read into the array, due to my using the wrong method in the Case statement.
      Here are code snippets of what I am trying to do:
      ; Snippets from script ; I read the text file at the bottom and put the .mp4 filenames in $aManifest[x][0] and UsageCount in $aManifest[x][1] ; Then I create a GUI to display the .mp4 filenames with checkboxes and the UsageCount to the right. UsageCount is editable by the user. ; If the filename is checked, I want to read the filename into $aCheckedVideos[x][0] and the updated UsageCount in $aCheckedVideos[x][1] ; The GUICtrlRead($aVideoName[$i]) with Case $GUI_CHECKED & UNCHECKED works for the checkboxes ; This section puts the filenames in the GUI with a checkbox For $i = 0 to $iMMCount Step 1 $sMP4Text = $aManifest[$i][0] $iMP4Length = StringLen($sMP4Text) $aVideoName[$i] = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox($sMP4Text,$iLeft, $iTop) $iTop += 30 Next ; This section reads numbers from the Manifest array, and I want to be able to change the number and have them saved. ; So the Case $GUI_CHECKED & UNCHECKED won't work here, and I can't figure out what I should be doing here. For $i = 0 to $iMMCount Step 1 $sUsageText = $aManifest[$i][1] $aUsageCount[$i] = GUICtrlCreateInput($sUsageText,$iLeft, $iTop, 50,18, $GUI_DOCKAUTO) GUICtrlSetPos($aUsageCount[$i],200) $iTop += 30 Next While 1 $nMsg = GUIGetMsg() Switch $nMsg Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE Exit Case $idCloseGUI For $i = 0 To $iMMNewCount Step 1 Switch GUICtrlRead($aVideoName[$i]) Case $GUI_CHECKED $aCheckedVideos[$i][0] = $aManifest[$i][0] ; If checked, I put the results into a two D array Case $GUI_UNCHECKED ; where Video Name is $aCheckedVideos[x][0] EndSwitch Switch GUICtrlRead($aUsageCounter[$i]) Case $GUI_CHECKED $aCheckedVideos[$i][1] = $aUsageCount[$i] ;I want to put the text (numbers) in $aCheckedVideos[x][1] Case $GUI_UNCHECKED ;but what is returned is blank, probably due to EndSwitch ; $GUI_CHECKED being the wrong thing. Next ExitLoop EndSwitch WEnd ;The txt file I'm reading has the following: ;~ /** Title #1: Big Buck Bunny 1080p **/ ;~ "Name": "Big Buck Bunny", ;~ "URI": "..\\MediaFiles\\bbb_1080_60s.mp4", ;~ "UsageCount": 9999, ;~ "URI": "..\\MediaFiles\\bbb_1080_60s_enc1.mp4", ;~ "UsageCount": 45, ;~ "URI": "..\\MediaFiles\\bbb_1080_60s_enc1.mp4", ;~ "UsageCount": 2, ;~ /** Title #2: Tears of Steel 4K **/ ;~ "Name": "Tears of Steel 4K", ;~ "URI": "..\\MediaFiles\\tos_4K_60s_HEVC.mp4", ;~ "UsageCount": 9876, ;~ "URI": "..\\MediaFiles\\tos_4K_60s_HEVC_enc2.mp4", ;~ "UsageCount": 0, ;~ "URI": "..\\MediaFiles\\tos_4K_60s_HEVC_enc2.mp4", ;~ "UsageCount": 5, I am certain that the section
                          Switch GUICtrlRead($aUsageCounter[$i])
                              Case $GUI_CHECKED
                                  $aCheckedVideos[$i][1] = $aUsageCount[$i]    ;I want to put the text (numbers) in $aCheckedVideos[x][1]
                              Case $GUI_UNCHECKED                                ;but what is returned is blank, probably due to
                          EndSwitch                                            ; $GUI_CHECKED being the wrong thing.

      is wrong, and this is what I am looking for help with. Instead of $GUI_CHECKED what should I be looking for?
      The worst part of this is I had this working late last night, and then lost my changes and cannot for the life of me remember how I had this working.
      Help is truly appreciated!
      Jibberish