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I searched "wildcard*" (heh) and could not find the answer to my question. I want to make this work with wildcards:

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Case $torrent = "Naruto*"

Send($naruto &"{ENTER}")

WinWaitActive("BitTorrent Files for [dattebayo] Anime")

Case $torrent = "One Piece*"

Send($onepiece &"{ENTER}")

WinWaitActive("Kaizoku-Fansubs - BitTorrent")

Case $torrent <> "zzzz"

Send("http://www.animesuki.com{ENTER}")

WinWaitActive("BitTorrent @ AnimeSuki.com")

Sleep(3000)

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But when I type something like Naruto 120, it goes to animesuki.com. I tried ?'s .'s and *'s. Please can someone provide me with the answers that I so seek. :lmao:o:):):):):whistle::huh2:

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Wildcards are not supported in conditional statements.

This is the closest thing.

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   Case StringLeft($torrent, 6) = "Naruto" OR StringInStr($torrent, "Naruto")
      Send($naruto &"{ENTER}")
      WinWaitActive("BitTorrent Files for [dattebayo] Anime")
   
   Case StringLeft($torrent, 9) = "One Piece" OR StringInStr($torrent, "One Piece")   
      Send($onepiece &"{ENTER}")
      WinWaitActive("Kaizoku-Fansubs - BitTorrent")
      
   Case $torrent <> "zzzz"
      Send("http://www.animesuki.com{ENTER}")
      WinWaitActive("BitTorrent @ AnimeSuki.com")
      Sleep(3000)

EndSelect
Edited by SlimShady
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You'll need to do something with the string functions. It all depends on what you want exactly, have a look at the functions and decide which will work best for your situation.

Here is a little bit that will help in the meantime

Replace this:

Case $torrent = "Naruto*"

With this:

Case StringInStr($torrent, "Naruto")

This will work more like "*Naruto*" though.

Er.. damn I typed too slow. And then I didn't even realize it until now! Hehe.

Edited by Saunders
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