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  1. #Include <file.au3> #Include <Array.au3> Local $nobrainArray $var = _FileReadToArray("example.txt", $nobrainArray) $split = StringSplit($var, ":"); split by colon? _ArrayDisplay($split) Its getting later and I am getting more and more tired so I think I should go to bed and give this another look tmr. but if someone could help me i'd be grateful! randomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrandomfirstname:randomlastname\nrand
  2. This script is fairly straightforward. If you ever worked with large files before then this may be of help. By large I mean files of 2 MB or so. Granted this doesn't sound so big but going through the file and parsing it to a 2D array all at once took an astronomical amount of time so I wrote my own function to handle this. I discovered that chunking a large array can boost the performance of iterating through the elements and theoretically this should maintain the performance no matter how large the array size is. I know there is room for improvement so please feel free to contribute! Note
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