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  1. Greetings, Someone can help-me to translate this Python's code to AutoIt? Python (source: https://repl.it/repls/InstructiveDarkslategreyJackrabbit) str = 'age=12,name=bob,hobbies="games,reading",phrase="I\'m cool!"' key = "" val = "" dict = {} parse_string = False parse_key = True # parse_val = False for c in str: print(c) if c == '"' and not parse_string: parse_string = True continue elif c == '"' and parse_string: parse_string = False
  2. Hi guys! I took @GaryFrost's Scripting Dictionary UDF and made just a few modifications. It now accepts multiple Scripting Dictionary objects around your script (many at once) and also allows you to choose any name for your variable. Also, it now uses OOP-like approach as proposed by @guinness. The modifications were too simple (and I would post it on the original thread, but it's dated 2007) so all credit goes to @GaryFrost. Example: #include 'scriptingdic.au3' #include <Array.au3> ; Needed only for _ArrayDisplay, and not required by the lib ; Init t
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