Read region value and return

Asked by muni on 2020-06-01

Hope i can get an answer here.
I have a region where the count increases dynamically.
so i would like perform some actions based on the count,eg.if my region.value > 0 perform some print.However i see the below error.

[error] script [ testoutlook ] stopped with error in line 82
[error] AttributeError ( 'Region' object has no attribute 'count' )
[error] --- Traceback --- error source first
line: module ( function ) statement
65: main ( blotter ) if reg.count > 0:
70: main ( itrachistory ) blotter()
71: main ( itrac ) itrachistory()
81: main ( main ) itrac()
82: main ( <module> ) main()
[error] --- Traceback --- end --------------

Code is
def blotter():
                reg = Region(1590,950,320,59)
                count = 0

                if reg.count > 0:
                    print("Blotter is loaded")
                    print("Blotter is not loaded")


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RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #1

.count() is not an implemented feature for class Region.

What do you want to achieve?

Does the mentioned reg contain some text/number, that should be read into a variable?

muni (rajeshmuni) said : #2

yeah mention region contain like integer count.When the Application loads initially the count would be displayed like count 0 out of 0>
when the application completely launched the count would go to 284 out of 284.
I dont need to wait till the count reaches 284,however i can exit from my code saying Application is running successful when the count >0

RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #3

try with reg.text()

make sure, the reg only contains the integer number.

muni (rajeshmuni) said : #4

Hi Raiman as i said the region contains Alpha numeric like below:

Count 0 outof 243

RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #5

as mentioned: try with documented features to read text from a region.

muni (rajeshmuni) said : #6

Hi Raiman may i know what do you mean by documented Features ??

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