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  1. _ArrayMinX() is an extension (I wrote) of the _ArrayMin() function. Just beforehand: I'm using now AutoIT intemsively for just one week - So please have mercy when something is wrong or not done in the right way. Why _ArrayMinX?: When I used the _ArrayMin() function I did not receive the minimum value of my array caused to the issue that my array had some positions without any content.I allways received an empty value. After some research on the internet I didn't find any answer to solve the problem, so I started to write my own function. How does _ArrayMinX() work ?: I'll explain this with the following example: This is my example Array: Local $ExampleArray[19] = [2,"2",4,"25","0.34374374",1,6,"","A","x","","",12,70,"3","","7A","FE6","This is a test"] As you can see, it contents a mix of numbers, alpanumerics and empty values like "" When using now the _ArrayMin() function you'll always receive an empty value back which might be correct from the computer calculation perspective but not really whant I want. I would like to know the real minimum existing value, which can be i.e. a "1" or a "A" So what does my function do? 1. Build a uniqueness with the function _ArrayUnique() to have each value just once. (even an empty array appears now just once) 2. Sort the array with the _ArraySort() function. If there's now an empty Array it will be the first in the sorted list ;-) 3. Now the function check if an empty array is existing and place the pointer on the right array 4. When asking for the Min Value I can additionally decide if I'd like to have my focus on an numeric ar alpanumeric value. Feel free to use the script. I did already an implementation of the function on my <Array.au3> base script. If you'd like to have it as well I just attached the content copy of my updated <Array.au3> script. Cheers, Dirgi Example Script: #include <Array.au3> Local $ExampleArray[19] = [2,"2",4,"25","0.34374374",1,6,"","A","x","","",12,70,"3","","7A","FE6","This is a test"] Local $X $X= _ArrayMinX($ExampleArray,0) ;Call the function Msgbox (0,"",$X) ;--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Func _ArrayMinX(Const ByRef $AvArray, $iCompNumeric = 0 ) If Not IsArray($avArray) Then Return SetError(1, 0, -1) Local $ArrayPointer, $AminX $AminX = _ArrayUnique($avArray) ;Compress the numbers of same contents (even arrays without content) _ArraySort($AminX) ;Array without content (if existing) appears on top of sorted list ;-) $ArrayPointer = 0 If $AminX[0] = "" Then $ArrayPointer = 1 ;If Array[0] has no content then set pointer to Array[1] $AminX = _ArrayMin($AminX, $iCompNumeric, $ArrayPointer) If @error Then Return SetError(@error, 0, "") Return $AminX EndFunc Here is the implementation into <Array.au3>: (Only my part) ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name...........: _ArrayMinX ; Description ...: Returns the lowest value held in an array, even when there are some arrays without any content ; Syntax.........: _ArrayMinX(Const ByRef $avArray[, $iCompNumeric = 0) ; Parameters ....: $avArray - Array to search ; $iCompNumeric - [optional] Comparison method: ; |0 - compare alphanumerically ; |1 - compare numerically ; Return values .: Success - The minimum value in the array ; Failure - "", sets @error (see _ArrayMinIndex() description for error codes) ; Author ........: Dirgi ; Modified.......: ; Remarks .......: Based on the scripting of the related functions ; Related .......: _ArraySort, _ArrayMinIndex, _ArrayMin, _ArrayUnique ; Link ..........: ; Example .......: Yes ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _ArrayMinX(Const ByRef $AvArray, $iCompNumeric = 0 ) If Not IsArray($avArray) Then Return SetError(1, 0, -1) Local $ArrayPointer, $AminX $AminX = _ArrayUnique($avArray) ;Compress the numbers of same contents (even arrays without content) _ArraySort($AminX) ;Array without content (if existing) appears on top of sorted list ;-) $ArrayPointer = 0 If $AminX[0] = "" Then $ArrayPointer = 1 ;If Array[0] has no content then set pointer to Array[1] $AminX = _ArrayMin($AminX, $iCompNumeric, $ArrayPointer) If @error Then Return SetError(@error, 0, "") Return $AminX EndFunc The complete updated <ARRAY.AU3> you'll find attached as compressed zip file. ArrayAU3.zip
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