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; Function Name:    _PixelPercent()
; Description:      Determine the percentage of pixels in a given area
;                   that are a given color
; Parameter(s):     $left - left coordinate of rectangle
;                   $top - top coordinate of rectangle
;                   $right - right coordinate of rectangle
;                   $bottom - bottom coordinate of rectangle
;                   $color - the color code to search for (Decimal)
; Requirement(s):   None
; Return Value(s):  On Success - Returns the decimal percentage of pixels found over pixels searched
;                   On Failure - Returns a blank string and sets @error (to 1 for incorrect parameters)
; Author(s):        Radagast
;                   Thanks be to the author of PixelGetColor

Func _PixelPercent($left, $top, $right, $bottom, $color)
    If Not IsNumber($left) Or Not IsNumber($top) Or Not IsNumber($right) Or Not IsNumber($bottom) Then
        @error = 1
        Return ""
    Local $poscolor, $total, $percent, $count = 0, $percent = 0
    For $i = $left to $right Step 1
        For $j = $top to $bottom Step -1
            $poscolor = PixelGetColor($i, $j)
            If $poscolor = $color Then $count += 1
    $total = ($right - $left + 1) * ($top - $bottom + 1)
    $percent = Round($count/$total, 3)
    Return $percent

Probably very similar to PixelSearch? Returns a percentage instead of stopping at the first found pixel.

Btw, can someone tell me where I can check out the source for functions such as PixelSearch? Not the Include functions, the base functions...I've looked around a bit but haven't been able to find them.

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