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JocAnis
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Old 09-15-2018 , 11:30   Check lines in folder
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hi guys..im wondering, is it possible to code a .sma which will look up for every line in the .ini/.cfg file, but in every .cfg file in one folder?
for example, if i go: amx_delete_every "toxic", that toxic will be the arg for searching in every .cfg, and every line (row) will be delete which contains that toxic

i guess its not that hard to find that one line in particular file, but to assigne code to find on every file in the folder ?
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Old 09-15-2018 , 12:14   Re: Check lines in folder
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I haven't yet seen a native to output all files inside that folder, but in this case on which side location? Player's files or server's?
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Old 09-15-2018 , 12:16   Re: Check lines in folder
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Server's. just to not look up in 100+ files and find that name
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Old 09-15-2018 , 12:22   Re: Check lines in folder
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Problem is you can find the value but you canít delete a line. Thatís the reason KeyValues are used.
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Old 09-15-2018 , 12:25   Re: Check lines in folder
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Problem is you can find the value but you canít delete a line. Thatís the reason KeyValues are used.
You can do both.
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Old 09-15-2018 , 15:24   Re: Check lines in folder
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any elaboration on this? i cant find anything to work with 2 files at the same time, nor with all in the directory

i came to one weird idea and dunno if its even possible:
read all lines from maps.ini, store every line (to catch all maps on srv)

then read all lines from all maps with specified target (toxic for example)

but its hardcored and retarded probably haha
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Old 09-15-2018 , 16:05   Re: Check lines in folder
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If you don't want something on your server, don't put it there. Otherwise, your request make no sense.
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Old 09-15-2018 , 16:17   Re: Check lines in folder
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This is called "laziness" .
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Old 09-15-2018 , 16:23   Re: Check lines in folder
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i think you dont get it...its about saving player informations in .cfg file, per map, via Prokreedz plugin. my idea is to delete cheater (unacceptable) time in every top (=every map.cfg)...
theres option to delete all files and start over, but thats not the best option to clean players in my op
@crazy if you really want reply; i wont call it laziness but possible implementation in prokreedz (nonsql) plugin

every line/row contains player's info + his time...its about it, nothing else

i mean, im not sure if its gonna be used ever, but would be cool to see that code and probably use for similar things, thanks in advance

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Old 09-15-2018 , 16:45   Re: Check lines in folder
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These are the natives you need to use in order to find all files in a directory: open_dir, next_file, close_dir. I believe you'll figure out the rest.
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