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Hello! After a long time, I bring you yet another IIAGI topic . Today its about indicating(?) arrays... here is a visual example: "This is an example for a string" 1337 ; An integer 13.37 ; Integer ["This", "is", "an", "example", "for", "an", "array"] ; All work except the Array's example :( All the examples (each separated by a line) can be passed to a function or a variable without the help of a variable except the array example... That shouldn't be like that! We can use the way (which I just demonstrated above) in many ways, here is one way I can think of now: Local $aInitialArray = [1, 2, 3] _ArrayConcatenate($aInitialArray, [4, 5, 6]) I would love to see this implemented ... I honestly don't see reason for this NOT to be implemented .
Hello! I am back with another IIAGI? (Is it a Good Idea?) I think $CmdLineRaw is more like a macro than a "special" variable (which cannot be changed)... So making ti @CmdLineRaw would make more sense and there will 1 less exception to variables , I know that you were wondering about the $CmdLine "special" array... I didn't forgot it, but I don't think a macro can be a array, so I just ignored it... Maybe removing the $CmdLine and changing $CmdLineRaw to @CmdLine would be nice if you ask me . Think before choosing! TD P.S Feel free to disagree with me, I want hear your opinion as well .
Hello , I was thinking of a situation where a key in a ini file can contain anything, If we were to know if the key does not exists using IniRead, Its not possible to do it without compromising a single possibility... I was thinking that if IniRead were to set @error when a key does not exist, it solves the problem which I mentioned before What do you think? Would you like this feature? TD