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jjump

Hi,

I need to make a script count how many times a word appears in a document before it gets to a certain word... Is this possible?

Ian

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Andreik

Hi,

I need to make a script count how many times a word appears in a document before it gets to a certain word... Is this possible?

Ian

Try this:

#include <File.au3>
$PATH = FileOpenDialog("SELECT",@ScriptDir,"All (*.*)",1)
$WORD = InputBox("WORD","TYPE HERE A WORD")
$COUNT = 0
$FILE = FileOpen($PATH,0)
For $INDEX = 1 To _FileCountLines($PATH)
    $LINE = FileReadLine($FILE,$INDEX)
    $SPLIT = StringSplit($LINE," ")
    If $SPLIT[0] <> 0 Then
        For $FIND = 1 To $SPLIT[0]
            If $WORD = $SPLIT[$FIND] Then $COUNT += 1
        Next
    EndIf
Next
FileClose($FILE)
MsgBox(0,"COUNT",$COUNT)
Edited by Andreik

When the words fail... music speaks

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jjump

Hi,

Thank you for your reply. If I wanted to just search for a single word and not want to choose the word, would I just write:

$WORD = "My Word"

Also, if I wanted to not open a file, but just wanted the script to search an open windows, would I just write

$DATA = WinActivate("MY OPEN WINDOW")

Many Thanks

Ian

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Andreik

Hi,

Thank you for your reply. If I wanted to just search for a single word and not want to choose the word, would I just write:

$WORD = "My Word"

Also, if I wanted to not open a file, but just wanted the script to search an open windows, would I just write

$DATA = WinActivate("MY OPEN WINDOW")

Many Thanks

Ian

If you want all windows with a certain word in title:

AutoItSetOption ("WinTitleMatchMode",2)
$WIN = WinList("Your word","")
MsgBox(0,"COUNT",$WIN[0][0])

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jjump

Hi,

Thank you once again for your reply. So if I wanted to search for a word in a certain open window, how would I write that?

Many Thanks

Ian

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Andreik

Hi,

Thank you once again for your reply. So if I wanted to search for a word in a certain open window, how would I write that?

Many Thanks

Ian

I don't understand very well what you want but if you want to search for a word in a ceratin open window( in some control) you must get data from window.

$DATA = WinGetText("TEST - Notepad","")
$COUNT = 0
$WORD = "Your word"
$SPLIT = StringSplit($DATA,@CRLF)
If $SPLIT[0] <> 0 Then
    For $INDEX = 1 To $SPLIT[0]
        $LINE = StringSplit($SPLIT[$INDEX]," ")
        If $LINE <> 0 Then
            For $FIND = 1 To $LINE[0]
                If $WORD = $LINE[$FIND] Then $COUNT += 1
            Next
        EndIf
    Next
EndIf
MsgBox(0,"COUNT",$COUNT)
Edited by Andreik

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jjump

I tested this, but it still shows a count of 0, even when there are some in the window.. What am I doing wrong?

CODE
AutoItSetOption ("WinTitleMatchMode",2)

$DATA = WinGetText("Source","")

Sleep(2000)

$COUNT = 0

$WORD = "stock"

$SPLIT = StringSplit($DATA,@CRLF)

If $SPLIT[0] <> 0 Then

For $INDEX = 1 To $SPLIT[0]

$LINE = StringSplit($SPLIT[$INDEX]," ")

If $LINE <> 0 Then

For $FIND = 1 To $LINE[0]

If $WORD = $LINE[$FIND] Then $COUNT += 1

Next

EndIf

Next

EndIf

MsgBox(0,"COUNT",$COUNT)

Many Thanks

Ian

Edited by jjump

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