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Trying to use autoit to help on horse racings betting

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D.M.

Hi,

What i'm trying to do is export the informations in this site:

http://horses.sportinglife.com/Meetings/

Here is a screenshot i took today (14 july):

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to an array, and then, put this array on a mysql database. I want to make a table like this:

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Then sort it by time, like this:

post-12786-1216006572_thumb.jpg

Note that i used just two meetings (Ayr and Newton Abbot), i made it just to illustrate what i want to do. For real, i would to put all meeting on the table (excluding the meetings in US).

Here is the structure behind the site:

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I made that post because i really can't figure how i could make this. Sorry about my english, i will appreciate any help.

Regards.

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D.M.

I think in a kind of method, but i can't figure how i can implement this:

- select the block <div id="racelist">

- then search for each <div>

[LOOP]

. if this <div> is class="race_idx_hdr": get the "alt=" value and the "href=" value

. if this <div> is class="racecard_link": get the time value, name and number of runners

. if this <div> is class="race_idx_hdr" and the last <div> is not a class="race_idx_hdr", loop it all again

[LOOP]

Any help?

Thanks!

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Confuzzled

I think in a kind of method, but i can't figure how i can implement this:

Any help?

Thanks!

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