Recently Browsing 0 members
No registered users viewing this page.
First time posting; please excuse my noobness as I am self-taught over a short period with very little programming experience. However, I am trying to create a simple program that retrieves college basketball scores from the web, puts them into an array and writes to excel. Ultimately I want to create an additional variable that would be a date range so the program can cycle through many pages and retrieve years worth of information at a time. For now, I am working on a single day. Here is where I am stuck: I want to use _StringBetween to isolate team names while considering whether they are "winners" or "losers". Here is a snippet from the source code i am dealing with:
<tr class="winner"> <td><a href="/teams/MIN/2020.html">Minnesota</a></td> <td class="right">118</td> <td class="right gamelink"> <a href="/boxscores/202001050CLE.html">Final</a> </td> </tr> <tr class="loser"> <td><a href="/teams/CLE/2020.html">Cleveland</a></td> <td class="right">103</td> <td class="right"> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table>
My thought was to use _Stringbetween( '<tr class ="loser> <td>' & @CRLF & '<td><a href="/teams/', '</a></td>')
However, i believe I am using the @CRLF out of context. Is there another way to identify page breaks within the stringbetween function? Complete script is attached for reference. Appreciate the help and patience as I try to piece it all together
basketball scores x2.au3
Why doesn't print the output??
#include <String.au3> Global $x = 'gdsgklj fsdl dasfgh fsfef ghterfsd kia gdfhgfgdsgklj fsdl dasfgh fsfef' $z = _StringBetween($x, 'fsdl', 'kia') ConsoleWrite($z & @CRLF)
Shouldn't it be
dasfgh fsfef ghterfsd instead of nothing?