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JCMCNL

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Hey, this is my first post on the forums so I apologize if I happen to break any rule or piece of ettiquette but here is my question.

Do 
$Itemsfound = 0
Func Search()
    WinActivate("App Window")
    $Count = ControlListView ( "App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetItemCount")
    
    WinActivate ("Untitled")
    send ("Trial:  " & $Trial & "   Line Count:  " & $Count & "{Enter}" & "{Enter}")
    

$Line = 0
while $Line < $Count
WinActivate("App Window")   
   if $Itemsfound  < 10 Then
      if ControlListView ("App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetText", $Line, 1) = "test" Then
     if Number(ControlListView ( "App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetText", $Line, 2)) < 9 Then
       if Number (ControlListView (  "App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetText", $Line, 2)) > 5 Then
                
            $Itemsfound  =$Itemsfound  + 1
                                
            WinActivate ("Untitled")
            Send (ControlListView ( "App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetText", $Line, 0) & "   ")
            Send (ControlListView ( "App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetText", $Line, 1) & "   ")
            Send (ControlListView ( "App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetText", $Line, 2) &{Enter}")
            
        
                EndIf
             EndIf
        EndIf
    EndIf
$Line = $Line + 1
    
WEnd
Until $Trial = 3

Now, the code works as desired to the extent of this code. The "untitled" window is just notepad... what I want to do is have the program be able to select the line on which a given piece of information is on and double click it or open it in any way possible. Any help with this problem or any info that points me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated... and feel free ti rip apart the code, I have been using Auto It for an amazing week. lol. Thank you for your time.

JCMCNL

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Wow, I must say, your explination of what you want is more confusing then the code itself. Can you re-word that differently and maybe give an actual application name? If this if for Notepad, then why are you using ControlListView?


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First off, welcome to the forums. :D

Please try to comment your code and explain the overall goal.

This my interpretation of what you're trying to accomplish:

Dim $Itemsfound, $Item[3]

; Try 3 times
For $Trial = 1 To 3
    $Itemsfound = 0
    $Count = ControlListView("App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetItemCount")
    
   ; Print Header info
    WinActivate("Untitled")
    Send("Trial:  " & $Trial & "   Line Count:  " & $Count & "{Enter}" & "{Enter}")
    
   ; Loop through each ListView line
    For $Line = 0 To $Count
        
       ; Stop when 10 matches are found
        If $Itemsfound >= 10 Then ExitLoop
        
       ; Read the subitems of the current line
        For $X = 0 To 2
            $Item[$X] = ControlListView("App Window", "", "SysListView321", "GetText", $Line, $X)
        Next
        
       ; Record the results if sub[1]="test" and sub[2] is 6, 7, or 8
        If $Item[1] = "test" And $Item[2] < 9 And $Item[2] > 5 Then
            $Itemsfound = $Itemsfound + 1
            WinActivate("Untitled")
            Send($Item[0] & "   " & $Item[1] & "   " & $Item[2] & "{Enter}")
        EndIf
        
    Next
Next

Not tested, and not 100% sure, since there were many errors with your original code.

- $Trial wasn't declared, nor did its value ever change

- Missing a quote on your last Send line

- Use For...Next instead of While...Wend when you want to loop a specific amount of times

- No need for WinActivate if you're interacting with a control directly

- Don't declare functions within a loop. Func Search()?


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Sorry guys, let me have a little time and i'll clean up the code and my question. But thanks skruge for the layout of the code you posted it gave me an idea that may solve my problem.

JCMCNL

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