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hello, im trying to read a text file, read every line and add the same text aftereach line

here's  my simple code

#include <File.au3>
$file = @ScriptDir & "\name.txt"
local $array
 _FileReadToArray ($file,$array)
For $x = 1 To $array[0]
    $read = FileReadLine ($file,$x)
    if StringInStr ($read,$read) Then
    _FileWriteToLine($file,$x,$read & ":" & $aaa)
EndIf
    Next

 

i want this text file

123

abc

xyz

 

to be 

123:123

abc:abc

xyz:xyz

 

but instead im getting this

123:123

123:123

123:123

any help ? ty & sorry for my bad english

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Try this instead :

#include <File.au3>
$file = @ScriptDir & "\name.txt"
Local $array
_FileReadToArray($file, $array)
$hFile = FileOpen($file, $FO_OVERWRITE)
For $x = 1 To $array[0]
  FileWriteLine($hFile, $array[$x] & ":" & $array[$x])
Next
FileClose ($hFile)

 

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Add the $bOverWrite  parameter to your _FileWriteToLine and set it to True, otherwise it just moves all the lines down one.

Also, your If statement is not needed, $read will always include itself in the search, so it's pointless to check to see if it includes itself in the string.

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Its working perfectly thank you ! :)

just one more thing

i have another code & im having some troubles with

my other code is trying to find a specific line & check if it contains a text on it it gonna copie it in a another text file 

the text im looking for is points = 400 or more 

401, 402

but the code is so slow and showing random things

 

#include <Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>


Local $List = @DesktopDir & "\xxxx.txt"
Local $Result = @DesktopDir & "\RESULT.txt"
FileDelete ($Result)
Sleep (500)
Local $Text
_FileReadToArray($List, $Text)

$Points = "points = "
$plus = 400

For $i = 1 To $Text[0]
$plus = 400
Do
    $plus = $plus +1
  
     If StringInStr($Text[$i],$Points & $plus)  Then

        FileWrite ($Result,$Text[$i]& " " & $i & "." & @CRLF)

    EndIf
Until $plus = 10000
Next

 

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If I understand you correctly you need to find all rows that have points between 400 and 10000 ? But points must be at some specific places.  So you need to grab the location of  the points you are looking for.  If you want more helps, just upload the file you are struggling with, then it will be much easier for us to find solution for you.  Cause currently it is just a guessing game.

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24 minutes ago, Nine said:

If I understand you correctly you need to find all rows that have points between 400 and 10000 ? But points must be at some specific places.  So you need to grab the location of  the points you are looking for.  If you want more helps, just upload the file you are struggling with, then it will be much easier for us to find solution for you.  Cause currently it is just a guessing game.

Hello, thanks for the reply

i want the script to extract the lines of ppl whos having 400 points or more & copy them in the result.txt file

 

RESULT.txt script.au3 xxxx.txt

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Try this :

#include <File.au3>

Local $List = @ScriptDir & "\xxxx.txt"
Local $Result = @ScriptDir & "\RESULT.txt"
FileDelete ($Result)
Sleep (500)
Local $Text
_FileReadToArray($List, $Text)

Local $Points = "points = ", $plus = 400, $aArray

For $i = 1 To $Text[0]
  $aArray = StringSplit ($Text[$i], $Points, $STR_ENTIRESPLIT+$STR_NOCOUNT)
  If Int ($aArray[1]) >= $plus Then FileWriteLine ($Result, $aArray[0] & $Points & $aArray[1])
Next

 

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8 minutes ago, Nine said:

Try this :

#include <File.au3>

Local $List = @ScriptDir & "\xxxx.txt"
Local $Result = @ScriptDir & "\RESULT.txt"
FileDelete ($Result)
Sleep (500)
Local $Text
_FileReadToArray($List, $Text)

Local $Points = "points = ", $plus = 400, $aArray

For $i = 1 To $Text[0]
  $aArray = StringSplit ($Text[$i], $Points, $STR_ENTIRESPLIT+$STR_NOCOUNT)
  If Int ($aArray[1]) >= $plus Then FileWriteLine ($Result, $aArray[0] & $Points & $aArray[1])
Next

 

you nailed it ! 

Thank you ♥  :=)

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if you want even faster result (in case of a large file), use handle of file :

#include <File.au3>

Local $List = @ScriptDir & "\xxxx.txt"
Local $Result = @ScriptDir & "\RESULT.txt"
Local $Text
_FileReadToArray($List, $Text)

Local $Points = "points = ", $plus = 400, $aArray
Local $hFile = FileOpen ($Result, $FO_OVERWRITE)

For $i = 1 To $Text[0]
  $aArray = StringSplit ($Text[$i], $Points, $STR_ENTIRESPLIT+$STR_NOCOUNT)
  If Int ($aArray[1]) >= $plus Then FileWriteLine ($hFile, $aArray[0] & $Points & $aArray[1])
Next

FileClose ($hFile)

 

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1 minute ago, Nine said:

if you want even faster result (in case of a large file), use handle of file :

#include <File.au3>

Local $List = @ScriptDir & "\xxxx.txt"
Local $Result = @ScriptDir & "\RESULT.txt"
Local $Text
_FileReadToArray($List, $Text)

Local $Points = "points = ", $plus = 400, $aArray
Local $hFile = FileOpen ($Result, $FO_OVERWRITE)

For $i = 1 To $Text[0]
  $aArray = StringSplit ($Text[$i], $Points, $STR_ENTIRESPLIT+$STR_NOCOUNT)
  If Int ($aArray[1]) >= $plus Then FileWriteLine ($hFile, $aArray[0] & $Points & $aArray[1])
Next

FileClose ($hFile)

 

That was way faster thank you very much !!

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