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This is the AutoIt script I'm using:
#include <AutoItConstants.au3> Local $Python = "C:\Program Files\Python38" Local $Script = "levenstein.py" Local $String1Path = @ScriptDir & "\string1.txt" Local $String2Path = @ScriptDir & "\string2.txt" Local $Arguments = '"' & $String1Path & '" "' & $String2Path & '"' Local $Concat = $Script & " " & $Arguments ConsoleWrite(@CRLF & $Concat) Local $RunIt = Run(@ComSpec & " /c " & $Concat, @ScriptDir, @SW_HIDE, $STDERR_MERGED) $Output = StdOutRead($RunIt) ConsoleWrite(@CRLF & "Output:" & $Output) It calls the following Python script (levenstein.py):
import re import sys import editdistance def main(): # Check if there are 2 command line arguments if len(sys.argv) != 3: print("Error: Two file paths must be provided") return # Read the contents of the files filepath1 = sys.argv filepath2 = sys.argv string1 = read_file_contents(filepath1) string2 = read_file_contents(filepath2) # Calculate and print the similarity between the two strings similarity = calculate_similarity(string1, string2) print(similarity) def read_file_contents(filepath): # Read the contents of a file into a string with open(filepath, 'r') as f: return f.read() def calculate_similarity(string1, string2): # Calculate the similarity between two strings return 100 - (100 * editdistance.eval(string1, string2) / max(len(string1), len(string2))) # Run the main function if __name__ == '__main__': main() It's working when I run it from cmd, but not when I use AutoIt.
My AutoIt console looks like this:
levenstein.py "C:\test\Autoit Python\string1.txt" "C:\test\Autoit Python\string2.txt" Output: Whereas when I run the exact same command in cmd levenstein.py "C:\test\Autoit Python\string1.txt" "C:\test\Autoit Python\string2.txt" I get an output that's more like 77.08934 which is what I would expect from the .py script.
I believe I must be making a mistake in the way I'm using the Run command.
Note: I'm using Python for Edit Distance because the files I'm comparing are rather large, and I'm not sure if the code snippets I found in the Autoit forum would be effective.
I'm using json.au3 to register some data in my server, everything work fine except the data that i send in utf8 format like names saved as ????? .
i think something mess with inetget cause this problem
can you help me please?
$sAdditionalData = "secret_key=" & $secret_key_verify & "&slm_action=slm_check&license_key=" & $license_key&"&first_name="&$first_name $data = _INetGetSource($sDomain&'/?'&$sAdditionalData) $object = json_decode($data) Json_Dump($data) $response = json_get($object, '.first_name')
I'm reading the file https://msedgedriver.azureedge.net/LATEST_RELEASE_83 using WinHTTP, and the string I get back looks like this when I view this file in Scite --
xEFxBFxBF83.0.478.54 Here's what I've come up with as a means to strip off the Unicode BOM from the beginning of the string --
If Asc($sDriverLatest) = 255 Then ConsoleWrite("Unicode detected!" & @CRLF) $sDriverLatest = BinaryToString($sDriverLatest, $SB_UTF16LE) If Asc($sDriverLatest) = 63 Then $sDriverLatest = StringMid($sDriverLatest,2) ; skip ? EndIf ConsoleWrite("Latest=" & $sDriverLatest & @CRLF) Is there a more reliable way to eliminate these unicode characters?
'Final' ; <========= problem between F and i 'Final' ; <========= problem between F and i 'Final' ; <========= Notepad ANSI, no problem
PostgreSQL complains about that red dot. Notepad++ marks the first word.
Notepad said it contains Unicode. Saved as ANSI and put back. Red dot is gone.
the Text is inserted manually into an AutoIt Input box. Things get done to it, and it ends up in a SQL database. The data seems fine, but when I start generating reports, all kinds of funny problems show up.
If I can ID that character, I can remove it.
I have a Parent Script that starts multiple, concurrent child processes. I cannot figure out how to apply the technique for using StdoutRead in the examples in a way that listens to them all simultaneously.
For reference, there can be any even number of, or single, child processes and there is an 1D array, $PIDS, that stores the PIDS of all the child processes and they should be outputting to another 1D array $sOutput.
Thank you for your time. Please just point me in the right direction. I'm sorry if I missed another topic that covers this.
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