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How to read values

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Hi there!

First of all, i am sorry if this has been asked before or might sound stupid. My english is kinda bad and i am having trouble understanding the onlinemanual at some points.

All i want to do is a simple Programm that reads a Value on a webpage and then prints it in a commandline.

I got the printingpart with Send("text") ect.

But how can i make the Script read a value, save it as a variable... and then Send("variable") into the commandline i want?

Thanks alot in advance,

Zara

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

an simple example :

$text="hello, i'm d4rk"
send($text)

for futher, you can have this :

$text=[code to read from webpage]
send($text)
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an simple example :

$text="hello, i'm d4rk"
send($text)

for futher, you can have this :

$text=[code to read from webpage]
send($text)
Thanks for your fast reply!

But that does not help me it seems... let me try to expain my trouble a little more:

What i want: I want the script to "read" a CHANGING value on a webpage (to be exact, i am talking about a browsergame where i can level up a char. So i want to "read" the script what level i am). Then paste the level (that can change, i do not want to rewrite the script every other day lol) into my commandline.

What i already did: i have no trouble pasting anything into this commandline

What i can not do yet: Read the Value (level) and make it a variable to print

Hope this makes my problem a little more clear,

Thanks again,

Zara

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hey, open AutoIT UDFs Help and search this key word _IEFormElementGetValue

it has an example which i think is useful for you


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hey, open AutoIT UDFs Help and search this key word _IEFormElementGetValue

it has an example which i think is useful for you

To be honest i don`t understand a single line there :-(

Just did some VERY basic "click this, then wait, then click that" scripts untill now,...

Maybe there is a workaround, not as nice, but working the same way...

Is it possible to mark something (my level), then copy it to the clipboard, then use THAT as a variable?

All i am missing is to read out that level, add X to that value and paste it into a commandline.

So how can i do this? :-/

I guess its not hard at all once i understand what to do lol.

I have the script copy the level into the clipboard now (really not so well done, with MouseClickDrag ect.)

Now i get alot of errors whatever i try to do to set the content of the clipboard as my variable X

Next step is to add Y to my variable X to get value Z

Last step is to print Z

Sorry for those dumb questions :)

Zara

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

first, with your script (in webpage, you must use _IE*), and you have to do it yourself in your case, your situation,if you want to have a full help, please post your full code here ( or a new topic) for a full help, with the informations in your post, i can't give you a real solution.

but anyway, i will try to help you, this's my advice, i think some1'll have a better ones, but have a try on this

use information tool in the autoit3 folder to find out the positon of the level text on the brower,

then use MouseClickDrag() . help file here => http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/f...seClickDrag.htm

after you come there, it's much easier ...

send("^c"); this give the level text to the clipboard

run("your file")

$a=clipget()

send($a)

Edited by d4rk

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$a=clipget()

send($a)

Those () are the reason my script did not work lol. As i thought, easy... once i understand it.

Thanks soo much for your help. Now it really works and even better then i wanted. Thanks :-))

Zara

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