Couldn't send variable to function


#1

This code find file names in text file, and then trying to find files by name in specified directory. files name is array of strings. For example

nameArr in console [“Реклама - Макси дек_скидки0514.mp3”, “Реклама - Краснодар Центр Города и Новый Горизонт.mp3”]

nameArr[0] in colsole "Реклама - Макси дек_скидки0514.mp3"

trying to find files

find.fileSync(nameArr[0], ‘E:/transfer’) as result [] - empty array

when I give arg “manually” all work as expected

find.fileSync(“Реклама - Макси дек_скидки0514.mp3”, ‘E:/transfer’) as result [“E:\transfer*Реклама - Макси дек_скидки0514.mp3*”]

so I can’t understand, why function doesn’t work with nameArr[0]

code examle

const searcher = require('string-search');
const path = require('path');
const fs = require('fs');
const find = require('find');

let openButton = document.getElementById('openButton');
let openInput = document.getElementById('openInput');
let nameArrayButton = document.getElementById('nameArray')
let nameArr = []; //names of the files


nameArrayButton.addEventListener('click', ()=>{
  find.fileSync(nameArr[0], "E:/transfer");
})

openButton.addEventListener('click', () => {
  openInput.click()
});

openInput.addEventListener('change', handleFileSelect);

function handleFileSelect(e) {
  let file = e.target.files[0];
  let reader = new FileReader();

  reader.onload = function (e) {//parsing the text file and find names on it
    string = e.target.result;
    searcher.find(string, "Реклама")
  .then(result => arrayRebuilder(result))
  .then(result => nameReturn(result))
  }
  reader.readAsText(file, "windows-1251");
}

function arrayRebuilder(array) {
  let newArray = [];
  for (let i = 0; i < array.length; i++) {
    let editFilePath = array[i].text.slice(9, array[i].length);

    newArray.push(editFilePath);
  }
  return newArray;
}

function nameReturn(result) {
  result.forEach(function(item) {
    let pt = path.parse(item).base;
    nameArr.push(pt)
  })
}

#2

Can you please edit you post (or make a new comment below) that has the code, but marked properly (either click </> or wrap it in triple backticks; you’ll see if it worked by looking at the preview)


#3

Sorry, I’ve done