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  1. Ther is no something like $pos++, and that would be easy like $array[$pos++] I cant find out what is the solution for this problem, maybe someone can help me Thank you! #include <array.au3> Local $array[1024] Local $pos = -1 $array[PosIncrease()] &= "start" For $i = 1 To 10 $array[PosIncrease()] &= "new value" ConsoleWrite($pos & @CR) Next $array[PosIncrease()] &= "end" _ArrayDisplay($array) Func PosIncrease() $pos += 1 ConsoleWrite(" ++ "& $pos & @CR) Return $pos EndFunc
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