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here is an example about how to split your texts using a delimiter with the ability to select how much of delimiters shows in each colum with $i_number
you have a long text and you want to split it in an array
that evry colum have a number (n) of lines
i made a function that do that for you
just call it with a three params
the number that you want to put in each col
default is "|"
here is the function with example
i hope that it will be useful for you
#include <Array.au3> $s_txt = "some text1some text2|some text3|some text4|some text5|some text6" $array = splitText($s_txt, 2) _ArrayDisplay($array) Func splitText($s_text, $i_number, $s_siparator = "|") Local $a_TXT = StringSplit($s_text, $s_siparator) Local $a_Return[$a_TXT + 1] If ($a_TXT <= $i_number) Or ($i_number <= 0) Then ReDim $a_Return $a_Return = 1 $a_Return = $s_text Return $a_Return EndIf Local $i_Processed = 1, $i_arrayProcessed = 1 Do For $i = $i_Processed To ($i_Processed + $i_number) - 1 If ($a_TXT < $i) Then ExitLoop If Not ($a_Return[$i_arrayProcessed]) Then $a_Return[$i_arrayProcessed] = $a_TXT[$i] Else $a_Return[$i_arrayProcessed] &= $s_siparator & $a_TXT[$i] EndIf $i_Processed += 1 Next $i_arrayProcessed += 1 Until ($a_TXT < $i_Processed) ReDim $a_Return[$i_arrayProcessed] $a_Return = $i_arrayProcessed - 1 Return $a_Return EndFunc ;==>splitText
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This is a project that I have been working on for several months off and on.
It's a simple "What You Hear" MP3 @ 320Kbps and WAV audio recorder.
- LoudMax, a Gain Controller and Look-Ahead Limiter
- Auto Shut-Off after one minute of silence
- Side-by-Side Simulated LED Meter
- Running Time Counter
It started off being a large project, but I eventually stripped it down to its
bare essentials because I came to realize that it would be very difficult to
deal with every sound card and every way a PC is set up for audio. It would
have been a nightmare that I was not willing to go through.
This project contains the most up-to-date BASS.dll v.188.8.131.52 - December 17, 2019.
All BASS Dll's are 32bit. Those and the needed UDF's are included in the zip file.
I will try to explain how it works in the next post.
BASS VST Recorder v1.1.zip
hello autoit team
please i've a question for you.
am creating a audio player
and in this audio player i want to show the current trac info
such as the total time and the position ... etc
i know i can show it as label
but the screen reader for the blind read the text every change
because it have a screen scan
what i want is to show this informations but such image or icon
i mean i need to create
GUICtrlCreatepic or GUICtrlCreateicon ....
or some thing as that
and show this informations as image on it
i think that i can do that with the
but i couldn't find the currect way to do it
i tried the _GDIPlus_GraphicsDrawString
but i couldn't know how it work
what i need is a small example that create a GUI
and add a multy line text to it as graphic or image.
so i need a simple way because it will changed every sec
i hope any one can help me to do that
global $GUI = GUICreate("text", 400, 400) global $label = GUICtrlCreateLabel(GetText(), 10, 10, 380, 380) GUISetState() do sleep(100) until GUIGetMSG() = -3 exit func GetText() return StringFormat("file name is test.mp3 \r\n total time is 00:30:00 \r\n position is 00:05:50") endFunc
This file includes all the source codes and a compiled .exe version of zPlayer, which is a stand-alone, simple, intuitive and easy-to-use, yet fully functional audio player. I made this to suit my purpose and you can tweak it to your taste as the source code is only about 1000 lines which are very much readable. This player has the following functions:
- Play back all formats of audio files which can be palyed back by the Windows Media Player in your computer
- Graphical player similar to embedded Windows Media Player
- Forward, backward, pause, repeat, shuffle funtions
- Increase/decrease/mute sound volume
- Change folders and create playlist for all audio files in that folder and its subfolders, and support for manually-made playlists
- Save play-back environment when terminating and resume that environment when restarting
- With one click, you can see DuckDuckGo search results for the file being played back
- With a double-click, you can play back an item in the playlist
- Search strings in the playlist
- Option to see long file names including folder names
- Resize the playlist window, and restore it to its default position
- Very small footprint: very low CPU and memory usage, with only about 1MB when compiled
- You can even hide all the windows and manipulate the player with hotkeys only
Note: zPlayer is the name I used when I introduced the early version of this palyer in my blog back in early 2009 and, therefore, has nothing to do with the mobile media player of the same name which started marketing in 2015.