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update cell data in document table (in browser)

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I wrote this last night and it works, just wanna share:

this assumes that you retreived an object $oIE for the browser in question and that this object is visible from within the function

Func _HEUpdateCell($pOldData, $pNewData)
   $oTables = _IETableGetCollection ($oIE)
   For $oTable In $oTables
      If IsObj($oTable) Then
         $TRows = $oTable.rows
         For $TRow In $TRows
            If IsObj($TRow) Then
               $TData = $TRow.GetElementsByTagName ("td")
               For $TDatum In $TData
                  If $TDatum.innerHTML == $pOldData Then
                     $TDatum.innerHTML = $pNewData
                  EndIf
               Next
            EndIf
         Next
      EndIf
   Next
EndFunc  ;==>_HEUpdateCell

hope it's useful for someone out there

IVAN

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Hi Ivan,

Nice example... you should put things like this in Scripts and Scraps however...

Dale


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

You are right, but I didn't get a reply on my last 2 contributions on that forum, so I thought people were going see it and therefore use it if posted here.

Dale, please feel free to rename, modify, use or put this in ie.au3 if you wish, that is.

Regards,

IVAN

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I know it's called Scripts & Scraps, but most people don't respond to quick Scraps. Full fledged programs or library's are the way to 'score' posts :D

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I don't think my scripting skills are up to those of people who get their stuff put into the au3 udfs but if a small snippet can simplify the life of others, then it's worth sharing.

There's always the fear of criticism which refrains unskilled people like me to put useful scripts in the forum.

ivan

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