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Help with logging, simple problem I think.

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Here is the code

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot started at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year)

FileClose($log1)

Then at the end I have it as

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year)

FileClose($log1)

Now what is happening is, it writes perfect fine the first time around. But when it goes to write after I restart the script. it gives me the error that it is unable to parse the line, unless I delete all the text in the MiningLog.txt. Any ideas how to fix this fairly easily? Thanks in advance for the help

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$Ore = 100
$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)
FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot started at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year)
FileClose($Log1)

;Then at the end I have it as
$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)
FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")
FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year)
FileClose($Log1)

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$Ore = 100
$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)
FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot started at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year)
FileClose($Log1)

;Then at the end I have it as
$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)
FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")
FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year)
FileClose($Log1)

Maybe I'm missing your answer... but the only difference I see is you added the variable which is already in the other part of the script... so I don't think that was the issue that causes this file write error.

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Maybe I'm missing your answer... but the only difference I see is you added the variable which is already in the other part of the script... so I don't think that was the issue that causes this file write error.

Your code works fine for me - is there a part that is missing?

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With the exception of the $ore value that was missing from your code example (which KaFu addresses in his) I can not reproduce your error.


[u]Helpful tips:[/u]If you want better answers to your questions, take the time to reproduce your issue in a small "stand alone" example script whenever possible. Also, make sure you tell us 1) what you tried, 2) what you expected to happen, and 3) what happened instead.[u]Useful links:[/u]BrettF's update to LxP's "How to AutoIt" pdfValuater's Autoit 1-2-3 Download page for the latest versions of Autoit and SciTE[quote]<glyph> For example - if you came in here asking "how do I use a jackhammer" we might ask "why do you need to use a jackhammer"<glyph> If the answer to the latter question is "to knock my grandmother's head off to let out the evil spirits that gave her cancer", then maybe the problem is actually unrelated to jackhammers[/quote]

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Here is the full script. Maybe it will help reproduce the error

HotKeySet("^!q", "MyExit")

Hotkeyset("^m", "Mine")

HotkeySet("^p", "Pause")

$Gem=0

$Ore=0

#include "MiningLog.txt"

While 1;

ToolTip("Ore = " & $Ore & " " & "Gems Dropped = " & $Gem & " " & "Exp = " & $Ore*35,566,120)

Sleep(10000)

Wend

Func Mine()

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot started at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year)

FileClose($log1)

While 1;

ToolTip("Ore = " & $Ore & " " & "Gems Dropped = " & $Gem & " " & "Exp = " & $Ore*35,566,120)

$Run1=PixelGetColor (845,252)

If $Run1 = 0x63D3E7 Then

Sleep(100)

Elseif $Run1 <> 0X63D3E7 Then

Sleep(1000)

Mouseclick("Left",845,252,1,1)

Sleep(500)

Endif

$pix1 = PixelSearch (143,156,418,480,0x101C31,5,1)

If @error then

Sleep(5000)

MouseMove (700,700,0)

$pix1 = PixelSearch (143,156,418,480,0x182039,5,1)

Endif

If @error then

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year&" Due to a random event or system failure")

FileClose($log1)

Endif

MouseClick ("Left", $pix1[0], $Pix1[1],1,1)

$Ore=$Ore+1

ToolTip("Ore = " & $Ore & " " & "Gems Dropped = " & $Gem & " " & "Exp = " & $Ore*35,566,120)

Sleep(5000)

$random1 = Random (250,500)

Sleep($random1)

$pix2 = PixelSearch (143,156,418,480,0x101C31,5,1)

If @error then

Sleep(5000)

MouseMove (700,700,0)

$pix2 = PixelSearch (143,156,418,480,0x182039,5,1)

Endif

If @error then

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year&" Due to a random event or system failure")

FileClose($log1)

Endif

MouseClick ("Left", $pix2[0], $Pix2[1],1,1)

$Ore=$Ore+1

ToolTip("Ore = " & $Ore & " " & "Gems Dropped = " & $Gem & " " & "Exp = " & $Ore*35,566,120)

Sleep(5000)

$random1 = Random (250,500)

Sleep($random1)

$pix3 = PixelSearch (143,156,418,480,0x101C31,5,1)

If @error then

Sleep(5000)

MouseMove (700,700,0)

$pix3 = PixelSearch (143,156,418,480,0x182039,5,1)

Endif

If @error then

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year&" Due to a random event or system failure")

FileClose($log1)

Endif

MouseClick ("Left", $pix3[0], $Pix3[1],1,1)

$Ore=$Ore+1

ToolTip("Ore = " & $Ore & " " & "Gems Dropped = " & $Gem & " " & "Exp = " & $Ore*35,566,120)

Sleep(5000)

$random1 = Random (250,500)

Sleep($random1)

$pix4 = PixelSearch (143,156,418,480,0x101C31,5,1)

If @error then

Sleep(5000)

MouseMove (700,700,0)

$pix4 = PixelSearch (143,156,418,480,0x182039,5,1)

Endif

If @error then

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year&" Due to a random event or system failure")

FileClose($log1)

Endif

MouseClick ("Left", $pix4[0], $Pix4[1],1,1)

$Ore=$Ore+1

ToolTip("Ore = " & $Ore & " " & "Gems Dropped = " & $Gem & " " & "Exp = " & $Ore*35,566,120)

Sleep(5000)

$random1 = Random (250,500)

Sleep($random1)

$pix5 = PixelSearch (475,270,643,491,0x101C31,5,1)

If @error then

Sleep(5000)

MouseMove (700,700,0)

$pix5 = PixelSearch (475,270,643,491,0x1820391,5,1)

Endif

If @error then

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year&" Due to a random event or system failure")

FileClose($log1)

Endif

MouseClick ("Left", $pix5[0], $Pix5[1],1,1)

Sleep(5000)

$random1 = Random (250,500)

Sleep($random1)

$Inv=PixelGetColor (759,323)

If $Inv = 0x21287B Then

Sleep(100)

Elseif $Inv <> 0X21287B Then

Sleep(1000)

Mouseclick("Left",759,323,1,1)

Sleep(500)

Endif

Do

$random1 = Random (150,500)

Sleep($random1)

$Drop1=PixelSearch(682,359,858,609,0x182039,5,1)

If @error then

Exitloop

endif

Mouseclick("Right",$Drop1[0],$Drop1[1],1,1)

Mouseclick("Left",$Drop1[0]-40,$Drop1[1]+40,1,1)

Sleep(200)

Until @error

Do

$random1 = Random (150,500)

Sleep($random1)

Sleep(500)

$Drop1=PixelSearch(682,359,858,609,0x730C08,5,1)

If @error then

Sleep(750)

Exitloop

endif

Mouseclick("Right",$Drop1[0],$Drop1[1],1,1)

Mouseclick("Left",$Drop1[0]-40,$Drop1[1]+40,1,1)

Sleep(200)

$Gem=$Gem+1

Until @error

Do

$random1 = Random (150,500)

Sleep($random1)

$Drop1=PixelSearch(682,359,858,609,0x086D08,5,1)

If @error then

Sleep(750)

Exitloop

endif

Mouseclick("Right",$Drop1[0],$Drop1[1],1,1)

Mouseclick("Left",$Drop1[0]-40,$Drop1[1]+40,1,1)

Sleep(200)

$Gem=$Gem+1

Until @error

wend

EndFunc

Func MyExit()

$Log1=FileOpen("MiningLog.txt", 1)

FileWriteline($Log1,"You Mined "&":"&$Ore&" "&"You gained :"&$Ore*35&" "&"Experience")

FileWriteline($Log1,"Kanes Mining Bot stopped at "&@Hour&":"&@Min&":"&@Sec&" "&@Mon&"/"&@Mday&"/"&@Year)

FileClose($log1)

Exit

EndFunc

Func Pause()

While 1;

Sleep(600000)

wend

Endfunc

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What is

#include "MiningLog.txt"

supposed to be doing for you?


[u]Helpful tips:[/u]If you want better answers to your questions, take the time to reproduce your issue in a small "stand alone" example script whenever possible. Also, make sure you tell us 1) what you tried, 2) what you expected to happen, and 3) what happened instead.[u]Useful links:[/u]BrettF's update to LxP's "How to AutoIt" pdfValuater's Autoit 1-2-3 Download page for the latest versions of Autoit and SciTE[quote]<glyph> For example - if you came in here asking "how do I use a jackhammer" we might ask "why do you need to use a jackhammer"<glyph> If the answer to the latter question is "to knock my grandmother's head off to let out the evil spirits that gave her cancer", then maybe the problem is actually unrelated to jackhammers[/quote]

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What is

#include "MiningLog.txt"

supposed to be doing for you?

I actually had it in there to cover all bases while doing a debugging round.

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I would get rid of that line


[u]Helpful tips:[/u]If you want better answers to your questions, take the time to reproduce your issue in a small "stand alone" example script whenever possible. Also, make sure you tell us 1) what you tried, 2) what you expected to happen, and 3) what happened instead.[u]Useful links:[/u]BrettF's update to LxP's "How to AutoIt" pdfValuater's Autoit 1-2-3 Download page for the latest versions of Autoit and SciTE[quote]<glyph> For example - if you came in here asking "how do I use a jackhammer" we might ask "why do you need to use a jackhammer"<glyph> If the answer to the latter question is "to knock my grandmother's head off to let out the evil spirits that gave her cancer", then maybe the problem is actually unrelated to jackhammers[/quote]

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I would get rid of that line

I got rid of that line, and it fixed the problem. Not sure why, but thank you very much

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