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DCCD

Hi everyone,

Key   = HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\AutorunsDisabled
value = SunJavaUpdateSched

Using RegRead()Return "C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0_06\bin\jusched.exe" ,Thats Cool

All i need "jusched.exe", i need name only not showing full path!?

NB: The RegKey above is just an example, "jusched.exe" & "RegKey" maybe anything else.

I dont like StringRight() function, is there something better?

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z0mgItsJohn

Here's a little function that will give you the correct value.

Note : This only works if the return is a file path I.E. "C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.6.0_06\bin\jusched.exe" it will return jusched.exe.

Code :

Func _GetValue ($iData)
$Split = StringSplit ($iData, '\')
Return $Split[$Split[0]]
EndFunc

Hope this helps! >_<

- John


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Rarst

My RegExp skills are bit lacking, but still. >_< This will (I hope) match anything from \ to " or \"

$string='"C:\Program Files\Notebook Hardware Control\nhc.exe" -quiet'
$pattern='.*\\(.+?)[\\"]'
$search=StringRegExp($string,$pattern,1)
If Not @error Then 
    $search=$search[0]
    MsgBox(0,"",$search)
EndIf

I suppose it can be improved to match end of line... I am no good with end of lines and regexp.

Edited by Rarst

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z0mgItsJohn

Here's a re-write of my function this time it should do the job.

Code :

Func _GetValue ($iData)
$IllegalChars = '\/:*?<>|"'
$IllegalChars = StringSplit ($IllegalChars, '')
$Split = StringSplit ($iData, '\')
$Return = $Split[$Split[0]]
For $A = 1 To $IllegalChars[0]
$Return = StringReplace ($Return, $IllegalChars[$A],'')
Next
Return $Return
EndFunc

Hope this helps! >_<

- John


Latest Projects :- New & Improved TCP Chat

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GEOSoft

$sVal = RegRead("SomeKey", "SomeValue")
$sVal = StringRegExpReplace($sVal, "(.*\\)(.*)", "$2")


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