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_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr()

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

hi , here my new udf, you can :

search for a string,

search for a string casesense,

replace a string,

replace a string casesense!

commentet nearly all of the code, hope ya like it :

udf :

Func _CaseSearchOrReplaceStr( $String , $SearchString="" , $ReplaceString="", $Mode=1 ,$Count="x")
    ;Mode's :
    ;   ~ 1 = Search a String
    ;   ~ 2 = Search a String Casesense
    ;   ~ 3 = Replace a String
    ;   ~ 4 = Replace a String Casesense
    Local $u_String = $String
    Local $s_String = $SearchString
    Local $r_String = $ReplaceString
    Local $u_Mode   = $Mode
    Local $ReturnString = ""
    Dim $LenOfFoundString = 0,$LenOfSearchString = StringLen($s_String),$FoundCount=0
    If ( $u_String = "" ) Or ( StringLen($u_String) < 1 ) Or ( StringLen($s_String) < 1 )Then
        SetError(1)
        Return -1 ; -1 = error in the strings
        ;Error in the Strings
    EndIf
    If $Count < 1 And $Count <> "x" Then
        SetError(2)
        Return -2
    EndIf
    If ($Mode = 1) Or ($Mode = 2) Then
        ;~GetMode
        If $Mode = 1 Then
            ;~Split String
            $u_String = StringSplit($u_String," ")
            ;~Searchfor the Word
            For $i_Search = 1 To $u_String[0]
                ;~if is in string then return the word count, eg.
                ;~hello im back
                ;~searching for im,he will return 2
                If StringInStr($u_String[$i_Search],$s_String,1) Then
                    Return $i_Search
                EndIf
            Next
            ;~loop is done, nothing found   
            Return 0            
        Else
            ;~Split the String
            $u_String = StringSplit($u_String," ")
            For $i_Search = 1 To $u_String[0]
                ;~if is in string then return the word count, eg.
                ;~hello imback
                ;~searching for im,he will return 0, becouse
                ;~it was not found -> casesense !
                If StringInStr($u_String[$i_Search],$s_String,1) Then
                    ;~Found String, Checking the Lengh of it.
                    $LenOfFoundString = StringLen($u_String[$i_Search])
                    If $LenOfFoundString <> $LenOfSearchString Then
                        ;~Do Nothing..
                        ;~Becouse its not our string we want!
                    Else
                        ;~Else Return number, as by Mode 1
                        Return $i_Search
                    EndIf
                EndIf
            Next
            ;~loop is done, nothing found   
            Return 0            
        
        EndIf
    ElseIf ($Mode = 3) Or ($Mode = 4) Then
        If $Mode = 3 Then
            ;~There is already a Function for this so...
            ;~i will save some work :D
            If StringInStr( $u_String, $s_String ) Then
                Return StringRegExpReplace( $u_String, $s_String, $r_String )
            EndIf
            Return 0
        Else
            ;~Split the String
            $u_String = StringSplit($u_String," ")
            If $Count = "x" Then $Count = $u_String[0]
            For $i_Search = 1 To $u_String[0]
                ;~if the string is found he checks the lengh of the
                ;~a) searchstring
                ;~B) replacestring
                ;~if the lengh matches, he replaces the word,
                ;~and returns the complete string.
                If StringInStr($u_String[$i_Search],$s_String,1) Then
                    ;~Found String, Checking the Lengh of it.
                    $LenOfFoundString = StringLen($u_String[$i_Search])
                    If $LenOfFoundString = $LenOfSearchString Then
                        $FoundCount += 1
                        $u_String[$i_Search] = $ReplaceString
                        If ($FoundCount = $Count) Or ($i_Search == $u_String[0]) Then
                            ;~Makes the full string again, and returns it!
                            For $i_RemakeString = 1 To $u_String[0]
                                $ReturnString &= " " & $u_String[$i_RemakeString]
                            Next
                            Return $ReturnString
                        EndIf
                        Return 0
                    Else
                        ;~Do Nothing..
                        ;~Becouse its not our string we want!
                    EndIf
                EndIf
            Next
            ;~loop is done, nothing found   
            Return 0
        EndIf
    EndIf
    Return 0
EndFunc

oÝ÷ ÙìZ^jëh×6
MsgBox(0,"",_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr( "Hello im ThereBO" , "BO" , -1, 1));search for a string
MsgBox(0,"",_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr( "Hello im ThereBO" , "BO" , -1, 2));search casesense for a string
MsgBox(0,"",_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr( "Hello im ThereBO" , "BO" , "omg dont lie!", 3));replace a string
MsgBox(0,"",_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr( "Hello im ThereBO" , "BO" , "omg dont lie!", 4));replace a string casesense

post some comments :D

hope the name is okay @valik^^

Edited by Busti

My UDF's : Startet on : 06.06.2006_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr();~> Searches OR Replaces a String,;~> With or Without Casesensivity

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

why do you do

Func _CaseSearchOrReplaceStr( $String , $SearchString="" , $ReplaceString="", $Mode=1 ,$Count="x")
    Local $u_String = $String
    Local $s_String = $SearchString
    Local $r_String = $ReplaceString
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and for the last bash:

why do you first decide between 1-2 & 3-4 and then 1-2 -> 1 & 2 and 3-4 -> 3 & 4

why not just make it one Switch statement ? (kinda blurry explanation i know)

other then that it looks pretty decent.

Edited by w0uter

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

becouse if i want to change this variables :

$String , $SearchString="" , $ReplaceString="", $Mode=1 ,$Count="x"

i dont need to change them in the whole script :D

rather useless but it saves some work,

if i found a better way or forgot something :D

example : i forgot the $replace array, i only needet to change my old name of $searchorreplace to $searchstring and 1 to $replace string,

and i only needet to change 1 var insteat of 10

€dit:

too your new edit,

i wantet to make the function so tidy, that everyone can read it, i had some problems, where i startet to read it how you made

€dit :

thx, did you test it ?

Edited by Busti

My UDF's : Startet on : 06.06.2006_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr();~> Searches OR Replaces a String,;~> With or Without Casesensivity

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

i always do that but noone reads it as fast as you do. :D

im always waiting, until ~10min or all leaved reading my topic :D

hmm switch, alright ! Forgot to make it but looks nice with if :P

dunno im always catching the first thing that is in my head ;)

pls test it if you can :evil: or want a exe ?

i like much posts in my topic, thats why im looking in it^^

Edited by Busti

My UDF's : Startet on : 06.06.2006_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr();~> Searches OR Replaces a String,;~> With or Without Casesensivity

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*waiting4forposts:(*


My UDF's : Startet on : 06.06.2006_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr();~> Searches OR Replaces a String,;~> With or Without Casesensivity

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but its not casesense !


My UDF's : Startet on : 06.06.2006_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr();~> Searches OR Replaces a String,;~> With or Without Casesensivity

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but its not casesense !

If you look at the end of his string of code you will see where it says [casesense])

That to me indicates the case sensitivity.

JS


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I do that all the time!! Make a damn UDF that was already made :D because I didn't read every function option.


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@js it wont work, dont know why, or it doesntwork for me, if i search for bo and my string is mybo then it replaces the bo at mybo, but he should not do that!


My UDF's : Startet on : 06.06.2006_CaseSearchOrReplaceStr();~> Searches OR Replaces a String,;~> With or Without Casesensivity

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