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  • Turning string values of a Widget into an integer


    MachineAIExp
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    Hey all!

    I am wondering how to access the string values of a widget as an integer. Suppose I have the following code:

    String upper = getWidgets().getWidgetChild(383,3,11).getText();
                String lower = getWidgets().getWidgetChild(383,3,5).getText();
                String upperv = upper.replace("coins", "");
                String lowerv = lower.replace("coins", "");
                
                int uppervalue = Integer.parseInt(upperv);
                log(Integer.toString(uppervalue));
                int lowervalue = Integer.parseInt(lowerv);
              
                int margin = uppervalue - lowervalue;
                
                WidgetChild lowest = getWidgets().getWidget(383).getChild(3).getChild(5);            
                if (lowest != null && margin > 2) {
                    lowest.interact();
                    sleep(Calculations.random(3000, 4000));
                    WidgetChild limit = getWidgets().getWidget(465).getChild(24).getChild(49); 
                    if (limit != null) {
                        limit.interact();
                        getKeyboard().type(Integer.toString(GElim));
                        sleep(Calculations.random(1000, 1500));
                    }

    Here I try to calculate the margin of an item by taking the widget values of the upper and lower limit. I try to convert the strings into an integer and then substract them to have the margin. I then use this margin to set an if-statement, but when I am running this code, it breaks on the string conversion part, so anyone has an idea??

    Really appreciate any help!

     

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    You'll want to read up on regular expression (regex), it can be used to eliminate certain characters from a character string to parse the data as you so wish.

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