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MurviD

How to make a script store data from paste?

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Hey, got a little problem on my hands.

I need to set up a MySQL database, and all the info I have is at the moment gathered in a few Excel-sheets. About a thousand cells in each sheet, so it's a bit of information to sit and copy-paste by hand ><

Was thinking of using AutoIT to copy all the data from the excel sheet, and then paste it into notepad or w/e in complete querys. In this, I need to check if the value copied is a letter instead of a number, therefore I'm thinking I need to store it in a variable.

Searched the forums and came up with StdOutRead, seems mighty complicated though.

Basically: Is there a way to read what your "copy-memory" contains?

Thanks in advance

Murv

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Hey, got a little problem on my hands.

I need to set up a MySQL database, and all the info I have is at the moment gathered in a few Excel-sheets. About a thousand cells in each sheet, so it's a bit of information to sit and copy-paste by hand ><

Was thinking of using AutoIT to copy all the data from the excel sheet, and then paste it into notepad or w/e in complete querys. In this, I need to check if the value copied is a letter instead of a number, therefore I'm thinking I need to store it in a variable.

Searched the forums and came up with StdOutRead, seems mighty complicated though.

Basically: Is there a way to read what your "copy-memory" contains?

Thanks in advance

Murv

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