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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm still working on my yahoo script and now i want to know how much mail do i have and how much spam.

For the mail i 've used a _IEPropertyGet() to read the title and extract the informations but for the spam i'm stuck, i need to extract the 21and the source look like this

<div role="wairole:presentation" style="position: relative;">

<div id="_test_%40B%40Bulk_icon" class="folderIcon" style="background-position: -51px 0px; left: 17px; top: -2px; position: absolute; display: inline;"/>

<span id="_test_%40B%40Bulk" class="folderNameElem axsTreeitem axsSelected" style="left: 36px; background-color: rgb(211, 231, 247); color: rgb(59, 85, 135);" role="wairole:treeitem">Spam</span>

<span class="offScreen">, </span>

<span class="folderNameElem folderCount" style="left: 36px;">(21)</span>

<span id="_test_empty_probably_spam_folder" class="foldersPaneQuickLink" cmd="folders:emptyBulk" title="Permanently delete all messages in the Spam folder" onclick="ce(event,this);">Empty</span>

</div>

Can you give me some tips please ?

Thanks !

Edited by cent

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No hint ?

I'm starving even for a rtfm and a page number muttley

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

This is a StringRegEx question and unfortunately I'm not one of the few who understand it.

If you do, you basically need to come up with a pattern that filters <span class="folderNameElem folderCount" style="left: 36px;"> and </span>, and return the value between the <span></span>.

Something like this I guess (best I can come up with);

<span class=\"folderNameElem.*?>(.*?)</span>
Edited by aslani

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There may be a more elegant pattern, but this works:

$aRegExp = StringRegExp($sHTML,"(?:folderCount.+?\50)(\d*)",1)

Here's how you interpret it:

Group 1 (?:folderCount.+?\50)

?: means the first pattern won't be captured.

folderCount is a search for the exact text.

.+? is a wildcard search. (Smallest match)

\50 is the octal representation of the ascii character "(".

Group 2 (\d*)

\d* matches a number of any length.

<span class="folderNameElem folderCount" style="left: 36px;">(21)</span>

The rest of the text in gray is ignored because none of it matches the pattern.


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Skruge

Thank you for nice example, but where you found this \50 parameter?

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Skruge

Thank you for nice example, but where you found this \50 parameter?

Use Asc("(") to get the ascii value of the parenthesis character.

From there I converted 40 decimal to 50 octal.

; Octal - \50
  $sCharPattern = StringFormat("\\%o" , Asc("("))
  
; Hex - \x28
$sCharPattern = "\x" & Hex(Asc("("),2)
@Edit: StringFormat for Octal conversion Edited by Skruge

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

hope this helps

I saved the html code in the file $URL

Edited...

$URL = @ScriptDir & "\source.html"
    $oIE=ObjCreate("InternetExplorer.Application.1")
    With $oIE
        .Visible=1
        .Silent=1           ; Don't show IE's dialog boxes
        .Navigate($URL) 
        EndWith
        While $oIE.busy
    WEnd
    $spanTarget = $oIE.document.getElementsByTagName("span")
    For $span in $spanTarget
            ConsoleWrite($span.innerHTML & @CRLF)
    Next
    $oIE = 0oÝ÷ Ú·­º¹ìr^J¦ãMµã_ܡײ¢ç©l¢ë¢ë^¬tÌ.Ú zÛayéí·­j§v'ò¢êÞjYrÁ©í¶z­²)©æ®¶­s`6æ6ÇVFRfÇC´RæS2fwC° b33c¶ôRÒôT7&VFRb33cµU$ b33c·7åF&vWBÒb33c¶ôRæFö7VÖVçBævWDVÆVÖVçG4'FtæÖRgV÷C·7âgV÷C² f÷"b33c·7ââb33c·7åF&vW@ 6öç6öÆUw&FRb33c·7âæææW$DÔÂfײ5$Äb æW@ b33c¶ôRÒ

Cheers

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