Different Activities and the differences between them – in UiPath

Close window vs Kill process: Example for close window: Input: Take a notepad which contains data already. Add some text to it and leave it without saving. Output: It will not force close. The notepad will be saved with changes made. Example for kill process: Take the example of notepad. Please check for process name … Continue reading Different Activities and the differences between them – in UiPath

A Detailed Explanation Of Selectors – UiPath

What is a selector? A selector is a string of characters used to identify elements on the screen.  Selectors with wildcards can be used when the object under identification (attribute value) keeps changing. Asterisk (*) – replaces zero or more characters Question mark (?) – replaces a single character Full Vs Partial Selector: Generated by Basic Selector … Continue reading A Detailed Explanation Of Selectors – UiPath

DateTime Operations in UiPath

DateTime Formats and Conversions in UiPath In this article you will find all that you need to work with DateTime Formats and conversions. Formats: Hour (12-hour clock) -> h ex: 6, hh ex:06 Hour (24-hour clock)-> Must be capital always. H ex:13, HH ex:20 Minutes -> m ex: 2, mm ex: 02 Seconds -> s … Continue reading DateTime Operations in UiPath

String Manipulations in UiPath

There are several methods which can be used while implementing String Operations on input String. List of String Methods: Length, Replace, Format, Substring, Split, IndexOf, Trim, Remove, Join, ToUpper, ToLower, PadLeft, PadRight, Insert, Concat, CompareTo, Contains, IsNullOrEmpty. String Conversions: Conversion from String to Int, Double, List, DataTable, Collection. String.Length Example1: Input: Output: String.Replace Example2: Input: … Continue reading String Manipulations in UiPath