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Utilizing WinRunner

Utilizing WinRunner

Utilizing WinRunner

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Greetings dear colleagues.

Could someone tell me why there is no Find in Files... feature in WinRunner..?
Or, I just didn't look for it good enough..?

~Alex

RE: Utilizing WinRunner

It would be possible to write a function that could search for specific text within a file - been ages since I did it though - I can't remember the commands!

I'm assuming that you are looking to find text within a file somewhere.

Try Forum1393 for posting queries like this one - It's newer, (mine), and this forum is virtually dead..

Cheers
Dave

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Take a look at Forum1393 & sign up if you'd like

RE: Utilizing WinRunner

Hi,
 By using winrunner's TSL, we can get this to be done. Otherwise you can have a look on WinAPI.

Thanks and Regards,
Palani.
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