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hi i wanne create a loop

the loop just need to check something

the loop need to be endless so never stop

it just need to check if a file is there then do nothing

if the file is gone then execute a peace of code.. is this possebel ?

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

hi i wanne create a loop

the loop just need to check something

the loop need to be endless so never stop

it just need to check if a file is there then do nothing

if the file is gone then execute a peace of code.. is this possebel ?

While 1
 If FileExists("C:\My Path\myfile.txt") Then
  Sleep(1000)
  ContinueLoop
 EndIf
 _MyFunction()
Wend

EDIT: You could also do it this way

While FileExists("C:\My Path\myfile.txt")
 Sleep(1000)
Wend
_MyFunction()
Edited by GEOSoft

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When are you going to try to figure it out yourself first?

You have been long enough around to at least give the script a start and post what you have problems with. You even might learn something that way. :)


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When are you going to try to figure it out yourself first?

You have been long enough around to at least give the script a start and post what you have problems with. You even might learn something that way. :)

Thanks for the heads up Jos.

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:) ... you know it wasn't addressed to you but could resist, right?

I knew who it was addressed to my friend (used to be anyway). :) It's just that after you mentioning it, I won't be providing the OP with answers unless he can provide the code that he has tried.

George

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