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is there a simple script to count the images on a page?

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is there a simple script to count the images on an IE page?

im sure it involves _IEImgGetCollection but i cant figure out exactly how to do it.

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_IEImgGetCollectio() Did you look at the help file?

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_IEImgGetCollectio() Did you look at the help file?

i referenced that page in my original question.

did you read my whole question?

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If you read the help file, and look at the example, it shows how to cycle through all the images. This just a example, but you could write those Image URLs to a text file, then count the lines in the text file to get number of images.

#include <IE.au3>
$oIE = _IECreate ("http://www.autoitscript.com/")
$oImgs = _IEImgGetCollection ($oIE)
$iNumImg = @extended
MsgBox(0, "Img Info", "There are " & $iNumImg & " images on the page")
For $oImg In $oImgs
    MsgBox(0, "Img Info", "src=" & $oImg.src)
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@extended - Extended function return. This like @error is used by many different functions so more then one thing can be returned by a function.

Be sure to always read the help file and try out the examples, really helps.

If you have any questions just post them with your code :D


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