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Please clarify your requirements.  Post sample input covering all your real-world data, along with expected output.


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4 hours ago, jchd said:

Please clarify your requirements.  Post sample input covering all your real-world data, along with expected output.

file.exe|-test
calc.exe|-open
programa1.exe|go
file1.txt|2.0.0.0
file2.txt|2.0.0.0

 


I need to do a separation of the texts  and move to an array.  separate the words between "|"

array Result

[[file.exe] [test],
[calc.exe] [- open],
[program.exe] [go],
[file1.txt] [2.0.0.0],
[file2.txt] [2.0.0.0]]

Edited by PedroWarlock

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Still not clear to me, why not use StringSplit ? 

6 minutes ago, PedroWarlock said:

this string does not come from a file, so I need to use StringRegEx

:huh2:

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5 minutes ago, Nine said:

Still not clear to me, why not use StringSplit ? 

:huh2:

google translate, sorry

I need to separate the texts before and after the "|" character.

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You can use _FileReadToArray and do a split on the "|" character to get the text into a 2D array.


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21 minutes ago, Nine said:

StringSplit !

Show. I got. Thanks

$sTest =    "program1.ex_|5.0.0.42"             & @CRLF & _
            "file.sys|1.0.0.8"                  & @CRLF & _
            "program2.Ex_|5.0.0.18"             & @CRLF & _
            "text.txt|0.0.0.0"

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4 minutes ago, Nine said:

@PedroWarlock If this is your input string, I would recommend you to use _ArrayAdd (...)

#include<array.au3> 
#include <File.au3>



$sTest =    "program1.ex_|5.0.0.42"             & @CRLF & _
            "file.sys|1.0.0.8"                  & @CRLF & _
            "program2.Ex_|5.0.0.18"             & @CRLF & _
            "text.txt|0.0.0.0"
            
_GET_ATT_FILES($sTest)

Func _GET_ATT_FILES($iStr)
    Local $iArr[0][2],$iSplit, $sDrive   = "", $sDir = "", $sFileName = "", $sExtension = ""

    $iSplit = StringSplit($iStr, @CR)
    if @error Then Return SetError(-1)

for $i=1 To UBound($iSplit)-1
    Local $gstr = StringSplit($iSplit[$i], "|")                                     ;Separa cada linha pelo "|"  ex: programa.exe|1.0.0.1 = [programa.exe,  1.0.0.1]
    if Not @error and IsArray($gstr) And UBound($gstr) = 3 Then
        Local $is = _PathSplit($gstr[1], $sDrive, $sDir, $sFileName, $sExtension)   ;Separa o Path do arquivo só para pegar o nome da extenção
        if Not @error and UBound($is) = 5 Then
            if ($is[4] = ".ex_") Then
                _ArrayAdd($iArr,$is[3] & ".exe"  & "|" & $gstr[2],0,"|")            ;TROCA .EX_ por .EXE
            Else
                _ArrayAdd($iArr, $gstr[1] & "|" & $gstr[2],0,"|")                   ;Adiciona normalmente o valor na tabela caso não tenha ".EX_"
            EndIf
        Else
            _ArrayAdd($iArr, $gstr[1] & "|" & $gstr[2],0,"|")                       ;Aiciona normalmente caso de erro no _PathSplit
        EndIf
    EndIf
Next

_ArrayDisplay($iArr)
    Return $iArr
EndFunc

 

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Or

$sTest = "program1.ex_|5.0.0.42" & @CRLF & _
    "file.sys|1.0.0.8" & @CRLF & _
    "program2.Ex_|5.0.0.18" & @CRLF & _
    "text.txt|0.0.0.0"
$sTest = StringReplace ($sTest, "_|", "e|")
Local $aArray [0][2]
_ArrayAdd ($aArray,$sTest)
_ArrayDisplay ($aArray)

 

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