Is it possible to Call specific function within a GUI
So I have a script with multiple functions although I don't want to use every function every time.
My Idea is to create a simple GUI which allows me to select what functions I want to use then run the funtions by clicking a button.
I have already made a GUI which allows me to select specific .exe's I would like to run after selection it runs the .exe one by one.
This script is on my work laptops and cannot access it right now.
Who can help me with this?
Then have a boxes which allows me to select the specif Func.(I used GUIChecked and Unchecked in my other script)
Then a button which executes/calls the selected functions
Default keyword for optional parameter is interpreted wrongly.
ConsoleWrite(StringReplace("aa", "a", "b", Default, 1) & @CRLF) StringReplace ( "string", "searchstring/start", "replacestring" [, occurrence = 0 [, casesense = 0]] ) The code above will output ab even thou the default value for the occurrence is 0 (replace all).
Of course using zero instead of Default will work fine.
Good evening everyone
I was trying to insert function header to the functions of my script, but, in the SciTE console, this appears:
Function or struct definition not found, unable to insert header. @Jos Any suggestion?
Thanks in advance.
I have written a UDF for one of my requirement which replaces a single character in string with a sub string/another character.
I am using this for my requirement by calling below function as StrReplace("C:\Software\Autoit\Substr","\","\\") and gives result as C:\\Software\\Autoit\\Substr
Please let me know if this can be improvised or any mistakes to correct.
; Function Name: StrReplace($INPUT_STRING)
; Description: This function is to replace a character with another in a string.
; Parameter(s): $INPUT_STRING - Original String Value
; $STR_2_FIND - Single Character to find the $INPUT_STRING
; $STR_2_REPLACE - Substring/Multiple Characters to replace in place of $STR_2_FIND value
; Requirement(s): Replacing one single Character in a string with multiple Characters
; Return Value(s): success - Output string after replacing a character with required character
; failure - 0
; Author(s): smartkey
Func StrReplace($INPUT_STRING, $STR_2_FIND, $STR_2_REPLACE)
Local $OUTPUT_STRING = ""
If StringLen($INPUT_STRING) > 0 Then
If StringMid($INPUT_STRING,1,1) = $STR_2_FIND Then
$OUTPUT_STRING = $OUTPUT_STRING & $STR_2_REPLACE
$OUTPUT_STRING = StringMid($INPUT_STRING,1,1)
For $i=2 to StringLen($INPUT_STRING)
If StringMid($INPUT_STRING,$i,1) = $STR_2_FIND Then
$OUTPUT_STRING= $OUTPUT_STRING & $STR_2_REPLACE
$OUTPUT_STRING= $OUTPUT_STRING & StringMid($INPUT_STRING,$i,1)
As with a lot of programming, the less manual repetition done to achieve the same outcome...the better.
I package programs for network deployment at the organization I work for. Sometimes these applications require verbose messaging to the user, and sometimes by special request we have to turn that off and deploy silently.
The way I currently handle these 2 scenarios is this.
I have a function that builds the splashwin display screen to variable size depending on message length, and displays the desired message to the end user.
Then at each point throughout my script as I need to make the user aware of what is currently happening, I inject a splashwin function call with the unique message pertaining to that specific event. ie. "Installing Microsoft Office, please wait..."
In effort to build a more universal script to handle any type of request submitted. I've incorporated a switch command of '/silent'
If cmdlineraw detects the usage of that switch when the script is triggered it sets a variable flag, ie. $silent = "on"
Then at every splashwin call I make, I'm prefixing it with an IF statement that checks for the flag, and then does NOT display the message if that flag is "on". Or does display it if its not. Has worked for me just fine. But while I grow my programming skills and look for more streamlined ways of handling areas I find myself creating repetition. I'm curious if I can relocate that flag check. Taking it out of every single splashwin call, and injecting it into the function itself.
Example of how I currently display or hide the splashwin based on command line...
If StringInStr($cmdlineraw, "/silent", 0) Then
$SilentSwitch = "ON"
If $SilentSwitch = "OFF" Then SplashWin($Uninstalling & $ProductInfo)
Some scripts have dozens of those splashwin calls littered throughout, so Is this the best approach I can take already? Or as stated earlier, can I pull the IF statement away from the splashwin call. And left the function as a whole either activate or deactivate as a result of the command line check.