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leias

how do i remove the = and the [] in iniwrite here is my code:

IniWrite("newfile.ini", WinGetTitle("") & @CRLF & "hello world", "","a")

when i check in the ini it gives me this

[D:\Users\Luis\Desktop\prueba2221.au3 - SciTE [6 of 6]

hello world]

=a

i wat to the delete the = left to a and the [ left to D: and ] right from world is it posible

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weaponx

Quit making so many topics. You are pushing other topics off of the front page.

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Paulie

If you do that, then you are no longer using an .INI therefore there is no point in doing ini functions.

Standard INI:

[SectionName]
Key=Value

If you don't want it formatted like this, then perhaps you should use "Filewrite()" instead

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leias

If you do that, then you are no longer using an .INI therefore there is no point in doing ini functions.

Standard INI:

[SectionName]
Key=Value

If you don't want it formatted like this, then perhaps you should use "Filewrite()" instead

thanks for the answer i didnt knew of that command

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leias

Quit making so many topics. You are pushing other topics off of the front page.

sorry man im new to autoit and to this forum i didnt knew that ull get mad for trying to learn

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Jos

sorry man im new to autoit and to this forum i didnt knew that ull get mad for trying to learn

How did you figure that?

Maybe reread the post and try understanding it this time.


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weaponx

sorry man im new to autoit and to this forum i didnt knew that ull get mad for trying to learn

Okay now you are trying to guilt trip me. In your first topic you could have just told us what your final goal was so we could resolve it all in one place.

Option A:

Topic 1: How do I open a jar of peanut butter?

Topic 2: How do I extract peanut butter from a jar?

Topic 3: How do I open a jar of jam?

Option B:

How do I make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?

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leias

How did you figure that?

Maybe reread the post and try understanding it this time.

so u r saying that i cant post lots of questions i have

i was creating a program and i got doubts and when i found a question that i cant answer i post it here .

cant i do that.

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weaponx

so u r saying that i cant post lots of questions i have

i was creating a program and i got doubts and when i found a question that i cant answer i post it here .

cant i do that.

You can ask multiple questions in a single topic as long as they are related. Every new topic created pushes another down the line so we don't like seeing the same author filling up the first page.

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Jos

so u r saying that i cant post lots of questions i have

i was creating a program and i got doubts and when i found a question that i cant answer i post it here .

cant i do that.

Did you reread what was said?

As mentioned, there is nothing wrong when posting multiple questions, but when they are about a single topic then you stay in the same Topic thread.

Also try to use normal words and build normal sentenses, this will allow people like me to understand and read them easier.

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leias

You can ask multiple questions in a single topic as long as they are related. Every new topic created pushes another down the line so we don't like seeing the same author filling up the first page.

sorry as i said im new to this forum, i though that once the answer is done then if new one came it has to be done in another

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weaponx

sorry as i said im new to this forum, i though that once the answer is done then if new one came it has to be done in another

You have 13 posts, you should be an expert by now. :D

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Paulie

Okay now you are trying to guilt trip me. In your first topic you could have just told us what your final goal was so we could resolve it all in one place.

Option A:

Topic 1: How do I open a jar of peanut butter?

Topic 2: How do I extract peanut butter from a jar?

Topic 3: How do I open a jar of jam?

Option B:

How do I make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?

LOL! this analogy made me lmfao.

Nicely done weaponx :D

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