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#include <IE.au3>

$proxy = IniReadSection ( "F:\misc\proxylist2.txt", "1" )

for $i = 1 to $proxy[0][0] Step +1

$IP = StringLeft($proxy[$i][1],StringInStr($proxy[$i][1], ":")-1)

$Port = StringMid($proxy[$i][1],StringInStr($proxy[$i][1], ":")+1)


this gives me some "subscripted used without non-variable" error.. but why? :o

my ini is written like





and i want once get the ip into clipboard ans copy it somewhere and later the port into clipboard.. :D

thx :D

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You are not even following a standard INI file format in what you showed. There is no way that can ever work as it reads now.






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