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## How to compare 2 str case censitive

using strcomp(str1,str2,booleanvalue), we can compare two
strings
e.g: strcomp("abcd","ABCD",0) results 0 - avoids case
sensitive
strcomp("abcd","ABCD",1) results -1 follows case sensitive

2.
swap two variables by using call by reference in vbscript
how to swap two numbers by using a function in vb 6
command1 _ click()
dim a,b as integer
a=10
b=20
swap a,b(error here type mis match)
text1.text=a
text2.text=b
end sub
Public Function swap(byref x As Integer, ByRef y As Integer)
Dim temp As Integer
temp = x
x = y
y = temp
End Function
3. how to arrange interger in ascending order
a=array(1,5,6,3,10,8,2)
For i=0 to 6
For j=0 to 6
If a(i)<a(j) Then
t=a(i)
a(i)=a(j)
a(j)=t
End If

Next

Next
For i=0 to 6
msgbox a(i)

Next
4. how to add intergers array
Arr[10] = (1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0)
Dim arrNumbers(10)
tally = 0
For counter =1 To 10
arrNumbers(counter) = counter
sum = sum + counter
Next
WScript.Echo sum

5. Find all the files in a given folder using For Each Loop

'Get instance of all the files in a given folder
Set oFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set oFolder = oFSO.GetFolder("D:\")
Set oFiles = oFolder.Files

'Loop through all the files in 'D:\' Drive
For Each file in oFiles

'Display the name of the file
msgbox file.Name

Next

6. Find whether given year is a leap year
1. '1st Method
2.
3. 'The rules for leap year:
4. '1. Leap Year is divisible by 4 (This is mandotory Rule)
5. '2. Leap Year is not divisible by 100 (Optional)
6. '3. Leap Year divisble by 400 (Optional)
7.
8. Dim oYear
9.
10. oYear=1996
11.
12. If ((oYear Mod 4 = 0) And (oYear Mod 100 <> 0) Or (oYear Mod 400 = 0)) then
13. print "Year "&oYear&" is a Leap Year"
14. else
15. print "Year "&oYear&" is not a Leap Year"
16. End If
17.
18.
19. '45. 2nd Method
20. ' Checking 29 days for February month in specified year
21. Dim oYear
22. Dim tmpDate
23.
24. oYear=1996
25. tmpDate = "1/31/" & oYear
26. DaysinFebMonth = DateAdd("m", 1, tmpDate)
27.
28. If day(DaysinFebMonth )=29 then
29. print "Year "&oYear&" is a Leap Year"
30. else
31. print "Year "&oYear&" is not a Leap Year"
32. End If

7. Exception Handling
a) Recovery Scenario - When you are not sure of the error and might occur anytime in the script
execution. Some of the good areas for Recovery Scenario can be handling 'Object not Found' and then
Failing your test, so that you can proceed to the next test case.
b) On Error Resume Next - This is used to avoid any errors at runtime during execution, so as to prevent
'General Run Error' shown by QTP thus stopping script execution. Also, you can catch the error using If
err.Number<>0 and performing the required steps.
c) A good practice is to use .Exist statements when you want to check on an object (something you think
might take time to be visible, or is necessary for that test case to continue ahead)
d) CheckProperty and WaitProperty on an object. CheckProperty is to provide a CHECK on an object,
while WAITProperty is to provide TIME for a specific property of the object to be TRUE. WaitProperty
might not always confirm if the object exists or not.

8. How to connect to database.
QTP Scripts for connecting to MS Access:
Option Explicit
Dim con,rs

con.open "Driver={Microsoft Access Driver

rs.open "select * from emp",con

Do while not rs.eof
VbWindow("Form1").VbEdit("val1").Set rs.fields("v1")
VbWindow("Form1").VbEdit("val2").Set rs.fields("v2")
rs.movenext
Loop

'Release objects'Release objects
Set rs= nothing
Set con= nothing

Note: The database we are using here is MS Access.Before running this script create a table in MS Acess.In the
above script I used table called "emp" and column 'names as "v1" and "v2". "d:testdata.mdb" is path of the table
which we created. The main use of this script is to use testdata of table(which is in ' database) in the application. In
the above script we are passing values from database to Textboxes in Windows Application.

QTP Script for connecting to sqlserver:
Option Explicit
Dim con,rs

con.open"Driver={SQL
rs.open "select * from emp",con

Do while not rs.eof
VbWindow("Form1").VbEdit("val1").Set rs.fields("v1")
VbWindow("Form1").VbEdit("val2").Set rs.fields("v2")
rs.movenext
Loop

'Release objects'Release objects
Set rs= nothing
Set con= nothing

QTP Script for connecting to oracle:
Option Explicit
Dim con,rs

con.open "Driver={Microsoft ODBC for Oracle};Server=QTPWorld;
rs.open "select * from emp",con

Do while not rs.eof
VbWindow("Form1").VbEdit("val1").Set rs.fields("v1")
VbWindow("Form1").VbEdit("val2").Set rs.fields("v2")
rs.movenext
Loop

'Release objects
Set rs= nothing
Set con= nothing

QTP Script for connecting to MySQL:
Option Explicit
Dim con,rs

con.open"Driver={MySQL ODBC 3.51
rs.open "select * from emp",con

Do while not rs.eof
VbWindow("Form1").VbEdit("val1").Set rs.fields("v1")
VbWindow("Form1").VbEdit("val2").Set rs.fields("v2")
rs.movenext
Loop

'Release objects
Set rs= nothing
Set con= nothing

QTP Script for connecting to Excel:
Option Explicit
Dim con,rs

rs.open "SELECT count(*) FROM [Status\$] where Status = 'Failed' ",con

Msgbox rs(0)

'Release objects
Set rs= nothing
Set con= nothing

QTP Script for connecting to Sybase:

Option Explicit
Dim con,rs

' Open a session to the database
con.open"Driver={SYBASE SYSTEM