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I have a bunch of stuff i would like to put in some kind of database and then just put in a input box the word to search and show .

(ackground_color) = Background color for the room.

So if you put in ackground_color it shows Background color for the room.

I look at this one not sure who did it now ?

But I don't know if it will work for what I want to do ?

$AppDataCommonDir =  @AppDataCommonDir
$AppDataDir =  @AppDataDir
$AutoItVersion =  @AutoItVersion
$CommonFilesDir =  @CommonFilesDir
$Compiled =  @Compiled
$ComputerName =  @ComputerName
$ComSpec =  @ComSpec
$CR =  @CR
$CRLF =  @CRLF
$DesktopCommonDir =  @DesktopCommonDir
$DesktopDir =  @DesktopDir
$DesktopHeight =  @DesktopHeight
$DesktopWidth =  @DesktopWidth
$DocumentsCommonDir =  @DocumentsCommonDir
$error =  @error
$FavoritesCommonDir =  @FavoritesCommonDir
$FavoritesDir =  @FavoritesDir
$HomeDrive =  @HomeDrive
$HomePath =  @HomePath
$HomeShare =  @HomeShare
$HOUR =  @HOUR
$IPAddress1 =  @IPAddress1
$IPAddress2 =  @IPAddress2
$IPAddress3 =  @IPAddress3
$IPAddress4 =  @IPAddress4
$LF =  @LF
$LogonDNSDomain =  @LogonDNSDomain
$LogonDomain =  @LogonDomain
$LogonServer =  @LogonServer
$MDAY =  @MDAY
$MIN =  @MIN
$MON =  @MON
$MyDocumentsDir =  @MyDocumentsDir
$OSBuild =  @OSBuild
$OSLang =  @OSLang
$OSServicePack =  @OSServicePack
$OSTYPE =  @OSTYPE
$OSVersion =  @OSVersion
$ProgramFilesDir =  @ProgramFilesDir
$ProgramsCommonDir =  @ProgramsCommonDir
$ProgramsDir =  @ProgramsDir
$ScriptDir =  @ScriptDir
$ScriptFullPath =  @ScriptFullPath
$ScriptName =  @ScriptName
$SEC =  @SEC
$StartMenuCommonDir =  @StartMenuCommonDir
$StartMenuDir =  @StartMenuDir
$StartupCommonDir =  @StartupCommonDir
$StartupDir =  @StartupDir
$SW_HIDE =  @SW_HIDE
$SW_MAXIMIZE =  @SW_MAXIMIZE
$SW_MINIMIZE =  @SW_MINIMIZE
$SW_RESTORE =  @SW_RESTORE
$SW_SHOW =  @SW_SHOW
$SystemDir =  @SystemDir
$TAB =  @TAB
$TempDir =  @TempDir
$UserProfileDir =  @UserProfileDir
$UserName =  @UserName
$WDAY =  @WDAY
$WindowsDir =  @WindowsDir
$WorkingDir =  @WorkingDir
$YDAY =  @YDAY
$YEAR = @YEAR
While 1
  $input = InputBox("what's it do?", "type or paste the macro or variable you're wondering about","@CommonFilesDir")
  If @error = 1 Then Exit;user clicked Cancel or closed the window
  $result = Eval( StringReplace($input, '@', '') )
  If @error Then
        MsgBox(4096,"Error","Macro " & $input &  " was not found.")
     Else
        MsgBox(4096,"Macro", $input & " = " & $result)
     EndIf
WEnd

Will this work for what I want to do ? and what would go first from the $ ackground_color part or the Background color for the room ?

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SlimShady's Website Database has code that searches for a word, maybe u can look at his code for refrence? and i have no idea what ur trying to do with the background color.


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SlimShady's Website Database has code that searches for a word, maybe u can look at his code for refrence? and i have no idea what ur trying to do with the background color.

No you didnt understand what I'm trying to do.

You the search word would be background_color and the Answer would be

Background color for the room see what I mean now ..

Or question is = draw_arc(x1,y1,x2,y2,x3,y3,x4,y4)

answer is = Draws an arc of an ellipse. .

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I tried the one I have listed but I get this error ?

---------------------------
AutoIt Error
---------------------------
Line 65  (File "E:\Programs\AutoIt3\Examples\English\5_24\gmcode.au3"):

$Returns the absolute value of x = abs(x)
$Returns ^ ERROR

Error: Unknown function name.
$AppDataCommonDir =  @AppDataCommonDir
$AppDataDir =  @AppDataDir
$AutoItVersion =  @AutoItVersion
$CommonFilesDir =  @CommonFilesDir
$Compiled =  @Compiled
$ComputerName =  @ComputerName
$ComSpec =  @ComSpec
$CR =  @CR
$CRLF =  @CRLF
$DesktopCommonDir =  @DesktopCommonDir
$DesktopDir =  @DesktopDir
$DesktopHeight =  @DesktopHeight
$DesktopWidth =  @DesktopWidth
$DocumentsCommonDir =  @DocumentsCommonDir
$error =  @error
$FavoritesCommonDir =  @FavoritesCommonDir
$FavoritesDir =  @FavoritesDir
$HomeDrive =  @HomeDrive
$HomePath =  @HomePath
$HomeShare =  @HomeShare
$HOUR =  @HOUR
$IPAddress1 =  @IPAddress1
$IPAddress2 =  @IPAddress2
$IPAddress3 =  @IPAddress3
$IPAddress4 =  @IPAddress4
$LF =  @LF
$LogonDNSDomain =  @LogonDNSDomain
$LogonDomain =  @LogonDomain
$LogonServer =  @LogonServer
$MDAY =  @MDAY
$MIN =  @MIN
$MON =  @MON
$MyDocumentsDir =  @MyDocumentsDir
$OSBuild =  @OSBuild
$OSLang =  @OSLang
$OSServicePack =  @OSServicePack
$OSTYPE =  @OSTYPE
$OSVersion =  @OSVersion
$ProgramFilesDir =  @ProgramFilesDir
$ProgramsCommonDir =  @ProgramsCommonDir
$ProgramsDir =  @ProgramsDir
$ScriptDir =  @ScriptDir
$ScriptFullPath =  @ScriptFullPath
$ScriptName =  @ScriptName
$SEC =  @SEC
$StartMenuCommonDir =  @StartMenuCommonDir
$StartMenuDir =  @StartMenuDir
$StartupCommonDir =  @StartupCommonDir
$StartupDir =  @StartupDir
$SW_HIDE =  @SW_HIDE
$SW_MAXIMIZE =  @SW_MAXIMIZE
$SW_MINIMIZE =  @SW_MINIMIZE
$SW_RESTORE =  @SW_RESTORE
$SW_SHOW =  @SW_SHOW
$SystemDir =  @SystemDir
$TAB =  @TAB
$TempDir =  @TempDir
$UserProfileDir =  @UserProfileDir
$UserName =  @UserName
$WDAY =  @WDAY
$WindowsDir =  @WindowsDir
$WorkingDir =  @WorkingDir
$YDAY =  @YDAY
$YEAR = @YEAR
$Returns the absolute value of x = abs(x)
While 1
  $input = InputBox("what's it do?", "type or paste the macro or variable you're wondering about","@CommonFilesDir")
  If @error = 1 Then Exit;user clicked Cancel or closed the window
  $result = Eval( StringReplace($input, '@', '') )
  If @error Then
        MsgBox(4096,"Error","Macro " & $input &  " was not found.")
     Else
        MsgBox(4096,"Macro", $input & " = " & $result)
     EndIf
WEnd
Edited by bobheart

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

That referanced line of code is not valid. If your line begins with a variable, you should have an equals "=" symbol after, and then define the variable. Neither of which you did. Prehaps you ment for that line to be a comment? If not, you need fix the line to make it a valid command (like $var = 1 )

Edited to make it sound better

Edited by pekster

[font="Optima"]"Standing in the rain, twisted and insane, we are holding onto nothing.Feeling every breath, holding no regrets, we're still looking out for something."[/font]Note: my projects are off-line until I can spend more time to make them compatable with syntax changes.

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Umm ok i have no clue what I'm doing ..

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