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Dom_152 07-27-2006 11:30 AM

Reading files
 
Help me with reading files! At the moment my Mod is only reading the first word in the file (This is for a word filter) but there are 2 others below it. The filedump shows that all 3 have been read and tehre is a \n character separating them. How can I get my mod to read all of the words? I want it to read the first word, check if that word is in the sentence if it is star it out... then move onto the next word in the list. Here is my current code:
Code:

if(mpx_wordFilter.integer == 1)
        {
                len = trap_FS_FOpenFile("wordlist.txt", &file, FS_READ);//Open the bad word list

                if(file)       
                {                       
                       
                        fileDump = BG_TempAlloc(len+1); //Allocate memory for the file dump
                        word = BG_TempAlloc(25); //Allocate memory for the bad word
                       
                        trap_FS_Read(fileDump, 1024, file);
                        trap_FS_FCloseFile(file);

                        CmdAll(va("print \"Filedump: %s\n\"", fileDump));

                        if(len) //only check for bad words if the file has something in it
                        {                               
                                while(i < len+1) //We just keep going through the file
                                {
                                       
                                        while(y < 25) //25 = max Word length
                                        {
                                                  if(fileDump[y * (i+1)] == "\n") //If the character is a space then it will NOT be copied
                                                {
                                                        y++; //STOP! If there is a space that's the end of the word
                                                }
                                                else
                                                {
                                                        word[y] = fileDump[y * (i+1)];
                                                        y++;
                                                }                                                                               

                                        }
                               

                                        //OK By this point we should have a word so lets check if it's in the file
                                        //So we check to see if the bad word is ANYWHERE in the sentence
                                        value = stristr(p, word);                               
                                       
                                        if(value != NULL)
                                        {
                                                start = p - value;

                                                if(start < 0)
                                                {
                                                        start = -start;
                                                }                                                       
                                               
                                                while(x < strlen(word))
                                                {
                                                        p[start + x] = '*';

                                                        x++;
                                                }       
                                        }

                                        //i++;
                                        CmdAll(va("print \"I = %i\n\"", i));
                                        i += 25; //Increase I by 25 as this is the size of a word
                                }
                        }
               
                               
                                BG_TempFree(25);
                                BG_TempFree(len+1);               
                }       
        }


ensiform 07-27-2006 02:49 PM

whats the file format? also, use .dat instead because .txt cannot be used opened after first run or on pure servers.

Dom_152 07-27-2006 04:43 PM

OK. The format was .txt.

ensiform 07-27-2006 06:05 PM

i meant the contents of file like how is it layed out.

like the special admin sys i have called shrubbot is layed out like this:

Code:

[admin]
name    = Admin's Name
ip          = xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
level      = 9
flags      = *

im assuming you just have some comma delimited string like this:

word,word,word,word?

btw that parse script is god awful :sweat:

edit: just a thought but, why don't you check out this:

http://linespeed.net/projects/etpub/...r.c?format=txt

ensiform 07-27-2006 06:29 PM

btw... when checking for \n you shouldn't be doing "\n", try '\n' instead because \n is really 1 character.

razorace 07-28-2006 12:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ensiform
whats the file format? also, use .dat instead because .txt cannot be used opened after first run or on pure servers.

How exactly does that work?

ensiform 07-28-2006 12:57 AM

huh? i dunno but ive used .txt before and it eats sh1t after a map_restart and wont load the file anymore. and pure server of course it wont load because it is not one of the valid out-of-pk3 files that can be read.

These are the only valid ones:
Code:

.dat
.menu
.cfg
.game
.dm_26


Dom_152 07-28-2006 05:19 AM

Thanks for the link. The format of the file is simply:

word
word
more words

Oh and it was '\n' but I changed it because I was trying different things. I have never tried writing parsing scripts before. Most of the stuff I'm doing in this Mod is new to me so that's why it's probably no good.

stubert 07-29-2006 03:56 PM

i still think making a space for C++ language runtime is a better idea than figuring out old C style bull****

Dom_152 08-07-2006 04:51 PM

I made some progress. But I'm gonna scrap it and start again. How can I read multi line files and then grab each individual line for use with the filter?

ensiform 08-07-2006 07:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stubert
i still think making a space for C++ language runtime is a better idea than figuring out old C style bull****

be my guest and write an idStr and idLexer class stu.

dumbledore 08-10-2006 02:22 PM

u could try this, didn't get a chance to test it extensively :S
Code:

        if(mpx_wordFilter.integer == 1)
        {
                len = trap_FS_FOpenFile("wordlist.txt", &file, FS_READ);//Open the bad word list

                if(file)       
                {                       
                       
                        fileDump = BG_TempAlloc(len+1); //Allocate memory for the file dump
                        word = BG_TempAlloc(25); //Allocate memory for the bad word
                       
                        trap_FS_Read(fileDump, len, file);
                        trap_FS_FCloseFile(file);
                       
                        if(len) //only check for bad words if the file has something in it
                        {       
                                while(fileDump[i])
                                {
                                        if(fileDump[i] == '\n') //If the character is a space then it will NOT be copied
                                        {
                                                word[y] = 0;
                                                i++;
                                                //STOP! If there is a space that's the end of the word
                                                while( value = stristr(p, word) )
                                                {
                                                        start = value - p;
                                                        x = 0;
                                                        while(x < y)
                                                        {
                                                                p[start + x] = '*';
       
                                                                x++;
                                                        }
                                                }
                                                y = 0;
                                        }
                                        else
                                        {
                                                word[y++] = fileDump[i++];
                                        }                                                                               

                                }
                        }
                        BG_TempFree(25);
                        BG_TempFree(len+1);
                }       
        }

of course the real solution would be to rewrite it using com_parse, but if it's that simple you probably don't need to

Dom_152 08-13-2006 07:37 AM

Hmm, how does Com_Parse work? How can I use it? I'm lookign through the code at the moment seeing how it's used.

stubert 08-14-2006 08:22 PM

i have a better idea

only huge tools have word filters

don't do it


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