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FireLordZi

How can I extract the date from my ini that looks like this:

[section]

Key=value1;value2;value3;~February 1, 2008


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covaks

$var = IniRead("file.ini","section","key","")
$var2 = StringSplit($var,";")
$date = StringTrimLeft($var2[UBound($var2)-1],1)

msgbox(1,"",$date)

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PsaltyDS

How can I extract the date from my ini that looks like this:

[section]

Key=value1;value2;value3;~February 1, 2008

IniRead() will get the value of "Key" for you. Then you just parse the string. One way to do that is use StringInStr() to find out where the tilde is, then use StringMid() to get the part of the string past that.

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FireLordZi

@PsaltyDS and @ covaks:

Thanks for all your help! :) :)


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FireLordZi

$var = IniRead("C:\buddies.ini", "OnlineBuddies", "turnof", "Key not found.")
$var0 = StringSplit($var,";")
$var2 = StringSplit($var,"~")
$date1 = StringTrimLeft($var2[UBound($var2)-1],1)
msgbox(1,"",$date1)

I did that and it's returning /31/2008 at 3:47:07 PM when it is supposed to be returning 1/31/2008 at 3:47:07 PM

What's the problem?


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andybiochem

$var = IniRead("C:\buddies.ini", "OnlineBuddies", "turnof", "Key not found.")
$var0 = StringSplit($var,";")
$var2 = StringSplit($var,"~")
$date1 = StringTrimLeft($var2[UBound($var2)-1],1)
msgbox(1,"",$date1)

I did that and it's returning /31/2008 at 3:47:07 PM when it is supposed to be returning 1/31/2008 at 3:47:07 PM

What's the problem?

AutoIT doesn't recognise month names as integers...i.e. the word February is not recognised as "2".

You will probably need to set up some sort of switch to account for this...

Switch $month
          case "January"
                  $month = "01"
          case "February"
                  $month = "02"
          case "March"
                  $month = "03"
          case "April"
                  $month = "04"

          ;etc, etc,

EndSwitch

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PsaltyDS

$sINI = "C:\Temp\Test.ini"
$sData = IniRead($sINI, "Section", "Key", "")
$sData = StringMid($sData, StringInStr($sData, "~") + 1)
ConsoleWrite("Debug: $sData = " & $sData & @LF)

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