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Guest dubrave

Hi ppl.

Love Autoit, congrats, very strait forward and powerful.

I have a problem, but...

I am trying to copy the content of a .txt file to the clipboard.

Using ClipPut, I only manage to push one line at a time, so the result is the last line of text being left in the clipboard.

Is there a way to copy the file content without opening it???

Any help would be appreciated.

Dubrave

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jpm

Hi ppl.

Love Autoit, congrats, very strait forward and powerful.

I have a problem, but...

I am trying to copy the content of a .txt file to the clipboard.

Using ClipPut, I only manage to push one line at a time, so the result is the last line of text being left in the clipboard.

Is there a way to copy the file content without opening it???

Any help would be appreciated.

Dubrave

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

clipPut("line1" & @lf & "line2")

or

clipPut("line1" & @crlf & "line2")

is not working for you?

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Blue_Drache

clipPut("line1" & @lf & "line2")

or

clipPut("line1" & @crlf & "line2")

is not working for you?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

I prefer arrays and the like for file operations.

#include <file.au3>
Dim $file,$filearray,$x,$line
$file = FileOpen(C:\blah.txt,0)
   If @error = -1 then exit
_FileReadToArray($file,$filearray)
For $x = 1 to $filearray[0]
   $line = $line & @CRLF & $filearray[$x]
Next
ClipPut($line)

Lofting the cyberwinds on teknoleather wings, I am...The Blue Drache

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