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Hi again guys!, i had COVID-19 for twice and i couldn't check the forum since 3 or 4 months ago till now! i hope you will get better if you're fighting for beat COVID-19
I have two question, first is about extracting all of the IP Address from an IP Ranges, for e.g: 192.168.1.1-184.108.40.206 (Start and End are variable and will be defined by the user) and for second one, i have a friend that he is Python programmer, he made a IP Parser that it can support large txt files (1TB) and it can parse all of them under 10min and it also supports low-end PCs that have 1 GB RAM!
The list that his program parses are:
#1765497 192.168.1.1 8082 #1765496 192.168.1.1 8084 #1965493 192.168.1.1 8089 #9565495 192.168.1.1 8086 #2565492 192.168.1.1 8081 and it converts very very fast to this:
192.168.1.1:8082 192.168.1.1:8084 192.168.1.1:8089 192.168.1.1:8086 192.168.1.1:8081 I wonder how to do this via AutoIt, if you can help me in this way, i will be happy✌❤
Thanks for your helps.
While searching for the solution to my problem, I have just gone through some of your old post.
My name is Alok Arora
Email id is *snip*
I am writing a code to store logs for each script I run. This I did by using FileWriteLog function and it is successfully storing logs in txt file.
Now, I have to work on to read the log file and if any script has been mistakenly clicked twice in a day script will pop up a message that task already done for the day by verifying entries in the log file.
I have the logic for it..
I mean a variable will read the log file and will search for the entry and will perform action if entry found or not.
I believe for reading the file I can write a code like
Now I am stuck on how to compare the log entry in log file.
Can you please help me in this?
I'm using AutoIt for several years now and I really get the hang of it!
I'm quite the curious OCD perfectionist kind of guy, so I can't help wondering..
what would be the best way to program stuff for the compiler / interpreter / scripting engine?
We're talking about the inner workings of the AutoIt's core here, and how to give it as less friction as possible but also take care of the machine running the script.
Imagine a script where we would constantly have to assign a Boolean value to a variable:
; A: local $bool = false $bool = true $bool = true $bool = false ; B: local $bool = false check(true) check(true) check(false) func check($b) if $bool = $b then return $bool = $b endfunc In this case, would it be better to just overwrite (A) the variable or first check if we really need to (B)?
What would be best for the computers memory if it had to do this for a year non stop?
Another example, imagine you're writing a function with an if statement.
If you would look under the hood of AutoIt, what would be the best way to give your computer as less work / code nesting stack filling as possible:
; A: func decide($b_Input) if $b_Input then ;do something else ;do something else endif endfunc ; B: func decide($b_Input) if $b_Input then ;do something return endif ;do something else endfunc Last one for now:
; A: while 1 ; do stuff wend ; B: while true ; do stuff wend Isn't AutoIt taking an extra step in converting 1 to a Boolean in example (A)?
Or is it the other way around and does the (B) way make AutoIt first convert a keyword (true or false) to a numerical value (0 or 1).
I think this kinda detail stuff is quite interesting, makes me wonder how AutoIt converts and runs our code.
What are your opinions on this topic?
Any coders who know more about the inner workings of AutoIt?
Any people like me who ask themselves similar questions (with examples)?
Let me know! 😉
I'm trying to make a listing of all files in subdirectories on a specific level in a folder structure. Let me explain, visually, this will help things a lot.
I have a folder structure like this:
ROOT |--- SUBDIR 1 | |---- SUBDIR 1.1 | |----- SUBDIR 1.1.1 | |---- File1.ext | |----- SUBDIR 1.1.2 | |---- File2.ext | |----- SUBDIR 1.1.3 | |---- File2.ext | |----- SUBDIR 1.1.4 | |---- File2.ext | |----- SUBDIR 1.1.5 | |---- File2.ext | |---- SUBDIR 1.2 | |----- SUBDIR 1.2.1 | ..... | |---- SUBDIR 1.3 .... I use _FileListToArrayRec twice:
- once to make an array of the specific directories I should be working at: I need all files on the x.x level, so it will go just until that depth using a negative integer for $iRecur
- once again to create an array of all files found under that directory and its subdirectories (level x.x.x\files...)
What happens now is that _FileListToArrayRec will always include all levels before the maximum depth is reached. The result would look like this
Row 0 15 Row 1 Root\Subdir 1 Row 2 Root\Subdir 2 Row 3 Root\Subdir 3 Row 4 Root\Subdir 1\Subdir 1.1 Row 5 Root\Subdir 1\Subdir 1.2 Row 6 Root\Subdir 1\Subdir 1.3 ... Needless to say that when my second function iterates over this array, it will find all files twice. Once on the x level, once again on the x.x level. There is no way for me not to use the recursive option in the second iteration, since the files are actually in a subdirectory there.
Where are the wizards of programming logic here? Since I can't seem to find a comprehensible or easily implementable solution for this issue.
Thanks in advance and kind regards,