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Making a panel finder

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Making a panel finder

Postby Harakiri » Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:24 am

Im trying to make a panel finder...

so the problem is I got this "list.txt" wich looks something like this:


so you see I want to make some small program just a textboc where the user puts the URL and then click a button and the program starts trying to access with all of the panels featured in the "list.txt" file and then mark the one that exist.
I know that is possible using a funcion GET and it would tell you if it is a TRUE or FALSE but cant get it to do the entire list automaticly just oine by one....
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Postby Harakiri » Mon Jan 09, 2012 8:36 pm

So, its been almost a year since a Ipost this, I figure no one wanna give a shot, but I actually figure it out myself...

Heres how I do it:

One text entry ([url])
One Button

Action on the button:

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if "[url]" "=" ""
AlertBox "Error" "La caja de URL no puede estar vacia!"
setvar "[conteo]" "0"
ShowObject "urls_pasando" "None" "0"
While "[conteo]" "<" "325"
math "[conteo]+1" "0" "[conteo]"
hpwFileRead "[embedded]paneles.txt" "[conteo]" "[weas]"
InternetFileExists "http://[url]/[weas]" "[panelok]" "Async"
If "[panelok]" "=" "True"
AlertBox "Ok" "El panel se a encontrado en http://[url]/[weas]"
Parsed in 0.007 seconds, using GeSHi

What do you think! it actually works! hahahahah Thanks anyway! :roll:
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