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Chat writign a Chat Message

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi

My Problem is I want to write a chat message. You have to type in a text char by char and then press Enter to commit the Message. the sendKey Function sends the key to a specified window and is not important for my question.

My first function works fine:

Func writeHello()
    sendKey("{H}")
    sendKey("{e}")
    sendKey("{l}")
    sendKey("{l}")
    sendKey("{o}")
    sendKey("{ENTER}") 
EndFunc

But I need more chat messages and I don't want to write for every single message a new function. I want a function that creates a chat message from the given argument. I got this code so far:

...
chat("Hello")
...
Func chat($text)
    For $i = 1 to stringlen($text)
        $i = $i + 1
            sendKey("{H}")
    Next
    sendKey("{ENTER}") 
EndFunc

I don' know how to parse the characters of the string to a key. I tried to do something with string.sub() but i didnt get far so I hope you have an idea how i can simply realize my idea or help me with the code.

Greetings Bleu

Edited by Bleu

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When using a For, you don't have to increase the varible's value. This way you'll be jumping 2 values

instead of 1.

There's a funtcion that splits a string into an array. It's StringSplit.

...
chat("Hello")
...
Func chat($text)
    $TempArray = StringSplit($text, "") ;Split on each chatacter
    For $i = 1 to $TempArray[0] Step 1
            sendKey("{" & $TempArray[$i] & "}")
    Next
    sendKey("{ENTER}") 
EndFunc

StringSplit return the number of items on $TempArray[0].

I assume you want to use {a} instead of a, so i put "{" and "}" before and after the current

character.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Func writeHello()
    Send("Hello")
    Send("{Enter}")
EndFunc

should work aswell right?

edit: it'll do the work, hope it helps.

Edited by omglol

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Yes. The {} are used for special keys like {ESC}, {Enter}, {Backspace} etc.

If you want to use the Send command not interpreting this, just use

Send("BlaBla" & @CR, 1) <-- The , 1 is send raw mode.

Sending in raw mode ignores the special keys.

Send("{Tab}", 1) Would send {Tab} instead of a tab character.


[quote name='Valik' post='301213' date='Jan 31 2007, 10:36 PM']You seem to have a habit of putting things in the wrong place. I feel sorry for any female you attempt to have sex with.[/quote][font="Lucida Sans Unicode"][/font]

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