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Hello all,

I am working currently on a project and i have a problem :-

i have an variable named $var containing This :

1
00:01:08,729 --> 00:01:12,017
First Line
Second Line

Now i want to find a way to get certain information from it into a new array

$var[0] = 1
$var[1] = "00:01:08,729"
$var[2] = "00:01:12,017"
$var[3] = "First Line" & @CRLF & "Second Line"

although i haven't scripted in php since a long time i remember hat i could use The ereg and/or eregi function for a such task

Is there any similar function in AutoIt ?

i know i could do it with StringRight, StringLeft, StringSplit and so on but i look for a function like ereg as i mentioned above

example:

Function_i_look_for("00:01:08,729 --> 00:01:12,017", "(.*) --> (.*)", $y)

the value of $y is an array containing [0] => 00:01:08,729 and [1] => 00:01:12:017

I hope u understood what i mean

Any Suggestions ?

Thanks in Advance.


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Hi Ahmad,

1st Welcome to the AutoIt Forums! :idiot:

Some of the following tips may not apply to you, but it may make your life a bit easier here on the forum in the future.

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    You can find many answers to your current questions, just by typing in the right search patterns.

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The above will help you narrow down your searches and prevent you from unneccesarily posting a new thread.

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i would use the search function if i knew what i should search for :)


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Hello all,

I am working currently on a project and i have a problem :-

i have an variable named $var containing This :

1
00:01:08,729 --> 00:01:12,017
First Line
Second Line

Now i want to find a way to get certain information from it into a new array

$var[0] = 1
$var[1] = "00:01:08,729"
$var[2] = "00:01:12,017"
$var[3] = "First Line" & @CRLF & "Second Line"

although i haven't scripted in php since a long time i remember hat i could use The ereg and/or eregi function for a such task

Is there any similar function in AutoIt ?

i know i could do it with StringRight, StringLeft, StringSplit and so on but i look for a function like ereg as i mentioned above

example:

Function_i_look_for("00:01:08,729 --> 00:01:12,017", "(.*) --> (.*)", $y)

the value of $y is an array containing [0] => 00:01:08,729 and [1] => 00:01:12:017

I hope u understood what i mean

Any Suggestions ?

Thanks in Advance.

StringRegExp()

Try it yourself first.

If you let it be known you want help writing the regexp for it, the geeks will come out of the woodwork!

:)


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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ok, thanks for the help

but i can't write on the geekboard or in the example scripts board i get each time this error:

Sorry, you do not have permission to start a topic in this forum

What should i do to get the permission ? :)

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You have only 3 Posts, and you can only post in the Example Scripts forum if you have equal or more then 5 posts.

you need to become "Full Member" before posting in Example Scripts.

Look Here for more information http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=37739

go... help the members by posting and become full member.


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ok, thanks for the help

but i can't write on the geekboard or in the example scripts board i get each time this error:

What should i do to get the permission ? :)

You get permission to the example scripts forum after a certain number of posts, but that is NOT what you want.

You are already in the General Help and Support forum with this topic, and that's the right place. I have no idea what "geekboard" is.

Try the StringRegExp(), and if you don't figure it out, post what you tried (in this forum) and ask for more help. That's how you learn it.

>_<


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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now you can easily start a new thread in Example Scripts :)


Website: www.cerescode.comForum: www.forum.cerescode.comIRC: irc.freenode.net , Channel: #Ceres--------------------Autoit Wrappers, Great additions to your script (Must See) (By: Valuater)Read It Befor Asking Question Click Here...--------------------Join Monoceres's Forums http://www.monoceres.se--------------------There are three kinds of people: Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who ask, ‘What happened?’” –Casey Stengel

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now you can easily start a new thread in Example Scripts >_<

After noting carefully that Example Scripts is NOT a support forum for people asking questions! The Example Scripts forum is for experienced users to post completed new examples.

:)


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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