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Yea, sorry to be posting this. I guess i just don't understand it enough but here goes

$string = StringRegExp("[11:28:57] [Pos: X:974 Y:57] [Color: 0x98BEFC] [CPU1:5%] [CPU2:15%]", '([:alnum]{1,6})(?:] [cpu1)', 1)
If @error == 0 Then
    MsgBox(0, "works", $string[0])
EndIf

Most of this is from the example 6, just edited. but it doesnt work and i have tried for a while :/

Im trying to get data from lines like that. Like the color, Pos X, and Pos y, cpu usage, etc.

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Hi,

I am not sure what you are need on output, but you can try this one:

#include <Array.au3>

$aString = StringRegExp("[11:28:57] [Pos: X:974 Y:57] [Color: 0x98BEFC] [CPU1:5%] [CPU2:15%]", '(?i)\[(.*?)[:|\]]*(.*?)[:|\]]*(.*?)\]', 3)
If Not @error Then _ArrayDisplay($aString)

 

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Yea, sorry to be posting this. I guess i just don't understand it enough but here goes

$string = StringRegExp("[11:28:57] [Pos: X:974 Y:57] [Color: 0x98BEFC] [CPU1:5%] [CPU2:15%]", '([:alnum]{1,6})(?:] [cpu1)', 1)
If @error == 0 Then
    MsgBox(0, "works", $string[0])
EndIf

Most of this is from the example 6, just edited. but it doesnt work and i have tried for a while :/

Im trying to get data from lines like that. Like the color, Pos X, and Pos y, cpu usage, etc.

Another version for you to have a look at

$aString = StringRegExp("[11:28:57] [Pos: X:974 Y:57] [Color: 0x98BEFC] [CPU1:5%] [CPU2:15%]", '(?i)(?:\[(.*?)\])+', 3)
If Not @error Then 
    $Time = $aString[0]
    $Tmp = StringRegExp($aString[1],':([0-9]+)+',3)
    If Not @error Then $iPosX = $Tmp[0]
    If Not @error Then $iPosY = $Tmp[1]
    $Tmp = StringRegExp($aString[2],': ?(0x[0-9ABCDEF]+)+',3)
    If Not @error Then $iColor = $Tmp[0]
    $Tmp = StringRegExp($aString[3],':([0-9]+%)',3)
    If Not @error Then $sCPU1 = $Tmp[0]
    $Tmp = StringRegExp($aString[4],':([0-9]+%)',3)
    If Not @error Then $sCPU2 = $Tmp[0]
EndIf

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just a quck post sorry i haven't responded ive been away a few days. Ill look over ur posts right now.

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Thx bowmore and mscreator. Pretty cool. I am still having trouble understanding stringregexp (i should try to work on it alot soon) but thx for the posts.

If you could give me links to where i could read up on stringregexp or where there are some simple examples that'd be pretty cool. Thx.

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

Thx bowmore and mscreator. Pretty cool. I am still having trouble understanding stringregexp (i should try to work on it alot soon) but thx for the posts.

If you could give me links to where i could read up on stringregexp or where there are some simple examples that'd be pretty cool. Thx.

These links should help you learn more about the wonderful world of regular expressions

The first two are from AutoIt online help

I would also highly recommend having a look at the third link. I think it has some very clear and helpful tutorials on regular expression and explains some of the differences between different implementations of regular expression engines. BTW Autoit's StringRegexp is based on the PCRE engine

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/f...tringRegExp.htm

http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/pcrepattern.html

http://www.regexbuddy.com/tutorial.html

Edit: Spelling errors

Edited by Bowmore

"Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the universe trying to build bigger and better idiots. So far, the universe is winning."- Rick Cook

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You might find this regexp tester by LazyCat useful

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