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InetGetSize() question.

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I am not going to be able to test InetGetSize() for a while, but do not want to interrupt coding too much so I thought I'd ask on here.

I want to check the size of a file located on a webserver using the following code:

Global $Size
Global $url = "www.... yadda yadda.../something.html"

$Size = InetGetSize($url)

If $Size<> (my target size in bytes) Then
    Msgbox(4096, "Error!", "Filesize is incorrect or missing... yadda...")

Basically I want to use this as a control for running one of my scripts. So I want to get the size of the remote file so someone can use the program. When I want that someone to no longer be able to use the program, I will remove or change the filesize of my target file. I believe this will work. Does it actually download this file to get its size or does it get the size without download?

Thanks for any help!

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It doesn't download to get the file size.

Try getting the file size on a multi-megabyte file while on dialup and you will agree!

One issue: If you don't have a live connection, but have RAS set for autodial, and the RAS screen is stuck waiting for a password or line connection, the AutoIT script stops indefinitely until the RAS screen is actioned - I'm not sure if this is a Windows issue or one with AutoIT.

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