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how to write a log from an input

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hmm, i have another obstacle on my way xD.

The problem is that i want to write a log file from an input.

i tried many ways and all ended in failure.

i tried:

_FileWriteLog (@SysDir & "\file\save.log",GUICtrlRead($misc))

$misc is the Input av

_FileWriteLog (@SysDir & "\file\save.log",$misc

none of those work.

im new in log , ini , dll stuff so. sorry if im making an horrible mistake xD.

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Provide a bigger section of you code. Preferably something that works (or don't work but should n your opinion).

Something like

$gui = GuiCreate("My test")
$inp = GuiCtrlCreateInput("This is my text" @Hour & ":" & @MIN  & ":" & @SEC, 10, 10 )
GuiSetState(@SW_SHOW)
Sleep(500)
FileWrite("C:`mylog.log", GuiCtrlRead($inp))

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Ok, here it is.

#include <GUIConstants.au3> 
#include <File.au3> 
GUICreate("programl",200,200) 
$misc=GUICtrlCreateInput ("",100,100,110,20) 
$save=GUICtrlCreateButton ("save",50,50) 
GUISetState () 
While 1 
   $msg = GUIGetMsg() 
   Select 
       Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE 
           ExitLoop 
Case $msg = $save
               _FileWriteLog (@SystemDir & "\file\save.log",GUICtrlRead($misc)) 
   EndSelect 
Wend

I just want to save what you typed in the input save it on the log file.

Cheers.

Anti

Edited by AntiBNI

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Ok, here it is.

#include <GUIConstants.au3> 
#include <File.au3> 
GUICreate("programl",200,200) 
$misc=GUICtrlCreateInput ("",100,100,110,20) 
$save=GUICtrlCreateButton ("save",50,50) 
GUISetState () 
While 1 
   $msg = GUIGetMsg() 
   Select 
       Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE 
           ExitLoop 
Case $msg = $save
               _FileWriteLog (@SystemDir & "\file\save.log",GUICtrlRead($misc)) 
   EndSelect 
Wend

I just want to save what you typed in the input save it on the log file.

Cheers.

Anti

Looks ok to me, but areyou sure you have a folder @SystemDir & "\file"? Edited by martin

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yeah, i dont know whats wrong but it aint creating the file.

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yeah, i dont know whats wrong but it aint creating the file.

hi

i changed a bit for debugging , works here fine now ??

make shure you have the system rights to save file and directory exists .?

#include <GUIConstants.au3> 
#include <File.au3> 
GUICreate("programl",200,200) 
$misc=GUICtrlCreateInput ("",100,100,90,20) 
$save=GUICtrlCreateButton ("save",50,50) 
GUISetState () 
While 1 
   $msg = GUIGetMsg() 
   Select 
       Case $msg = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE 
           ExitLoop 
       Case $msg = $save
                $my_line = GUICtrlRead($misc);
                MsgBox(0, "info" , $my_line );

                $f= @SystemDir & "\file\mysave.log"
                MsgBox(0, "file" , $f );
               _FileWriteLog ($f,   $my_line )              
   EndSelect 
Wend

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