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  1. Recently I found myself needing to "Uniqueify" large arrays of data. Not happy with the speed I decided to check out how _ArrayUnique worked and if it could be improved. Below is my overhauled version of _ArrayUnique. "Uniqueify" An array of 500 random numbers (average of 5 results) Old: 274.597787502462 New: 240.237994573652 "Uniqueify" An array of 1000 random numbers (average of 5 results) Old: 1070.06629280595 New: 920.537746095923 Still not fast but faster Changed ALL Dim's to Local's From the help file: "You should use Local or Global, instead of Dim, to explicitly state which scope is desired for a variable/constant/array." Changed: Dim $aArrayTmp[1] ;Declare blank array, which will hold the dimension declared by user For $i = 0 To $iUboundDim - 1 _ArrayAdd($aArrayTmp, <itemtoadd> ) ;$iDimension-1 to match Dimension Next _ArrayDelete($aArrayTmp, 0) ;Get rid of 1st-element which is blank To: Local $aArrayTmp[$iUboundDim] ;Declare array, which will hold the dimension declared by user For $i = 0 To $iUboundDim - 1 ;Loop through "Rows" $aArrayTmp[$i] = <itemtoadd> ;$iDimension-1 to match Dimension Next It is silly to declare a "blank" array (and delete the first "empty value")if you already know it's intended dimentions This also removed the need for _ArrayAdd (No more ReDim's YAY!) Changed If,Then, Else statements to Switch statements where appropriate for ease of reading (they are supposed to be faster too) Trimmed: If Not $iDimension > 0 Then Return SetError(3, 0, 0) ;Check to see if it is valid array dimension, Should be greater than 0 Else To: If $iDimension < 1 Then Return SetError(3, 0, 0) ;Check to see if it is valid array dimension, Should be greater than 0 Changed: $aArrayTmp = StringSplit(StringTrimRight($sHold, StringLen($vDelim)), $vDelim, 1) ;Split the string into an array Return $aArrayTmp ;SmOke_N's version used to Return SetError(0, 0, 0) To: $sHold = StringTrimRight($sHold, StringLen($vDelim)) $aArrayTmp = StringSplit($sHold, $vDelim, 1) ;Split the string into an array Return $aArrayTmp ;SmOke_N's version used to Return SetError(0, 0, 0) For clarity ; #FUNCTION# ==================================================================================================================== ; Name...........: _ArrayUnique ; Description ...: Returns the Unique Elements of a 1-dimensional array. ; Syntax.........: _ArrayUnique($aArray[, $iDimension = 1[, $iBase = 0[, $iCase = 0[, $vDelim = "|"]]]]) ; Parameters ....: $aArray - The Array to use ; $iDimension - [optional] The Dimension of the Array to use ; $iBase - [optional] Is the Array 0-base or 1-base index. 0-base by default ; $iCase - [optional] Flag to indicate if the operations should be case sensitive. ; 0 = not case sensitive, using the user's locale (default) ; 1 = case sensitive ; 2 = not case sensitive, using a basic/faster comparison ; $vDelim - [optional] One or more characters to use as delimiters. However, cannot forsee its usefullness ; Return values .: Success - Returns a 1-dimensional array containing only the unique elements of that Dimension ; Failure - Returns 0 and Sets @Error: ; 0 - No error. ; 1 - Returns 0 if parameter is not an array. ; 2 - _ArrayUnique failed for some other reason ; 3 - Array dimension is invalid, should be an integer greater than 0 ; Author ........: SmOke_N ; Modified.......: litlmike, Gibbo ; Remarks .......: Returns an array, the first element ($array[0]) contains the number of strings returned, the remaining elements ($array[1], $array[2], etc.) contain the unique strings. ; Related .......: _ArrayMax, _ArrayMin ; Link ..........: ; Example .......: Yes ; =============================================================================================================================== Func _ArrayUnique($aArray, $iDimension = 1, $iBase = 0, $iCase = 0, $vDelim = "|") Local $iUboundDim ;$aArray used to be ByRef, but litlmike altered it to allow for the choosing of 1 Array Dimension, without altering the original array If $vDelim = "|" Then $vDelim = Chr(01) ; by SmOke_N, modified by litlmike If Not IsArray($aArray) Then Return SetError(1, 0, 0) ;Check to see if it is valid array ;Checks that the given Dimension is Valid If $iDimension < 1 Then Return SetError(3, 0, 0) ;Check to see if it is valid array dimension, Should be greater than 0 ;If Dimension Exists, then get the number of "Rows" $iUboundDim = UBound($aArray, 1) ;Get Number of "Rows" If @error Then Return SetError(3, 0, 0) ;2 = Array dimension is invalid. ;If $iDimension Exists, And the number of "Rows" is Valid: Switch $iDimension = 1 Case False ;Makes sure the Array dimension desired is more than 1-dimensional Local $aArrayTmp[$iUboundDim] ;Declare array, which will hold the dimension declared by user For $i = 0 To $iUboundDim - 1 ;Loop through "Rows" $aArrayTmp[$i] = $aArray[$i][$iDimension - 1] ;$iDimension-1 to match Dimension Next Case Else ;Makes sure the Array dimension desired is 1-dimensional ;If Dimension Exists, And the number of "Rows" is Valid, and the Dimension desired is not > 1, then: ;For the Case that the array is 1-Dimensional Switch UBound($aArray, 0) Case 1 ;Makes sure the Array is only 1-Dimensional Local $aArrayTmp[$iUboundDim] ;Declare array, which will hold the dimension declared by user For $i = 0 To $iUboundDim - 1 $aArrayTmp[$i] = $aArray[$i] Next Case Else ;For the Case that the array is 2-Dimensional Local $aArrayTmp[$iUboundDim] ;Declare array, which will hold the dimension declared by user For $i = 0 To $iUboundDim - 1 $aArrayTmp[$i] = $aArray[$i][$iDimension - 1] ;$iDimension-1 to match Dimension Next EndSwitch EndSwitch Local $sHold ;String that holds the Unique array info For $iCC = $iBase To $iUboundDim - 1 ;Loop Through array ;If Not the case that the element is already in $sHold, then add it Switch StringInStr($vDelim & $sHold, $vDelim & $aArrayTmp[$iCC] & $vDelim, $iCase) Case False $sHold &= $aArrayTmp[$iCC] & $vDelim EndSwitch Next If $sHold Then $sHold = StringTrimRight($sHold, StringLen($vDelim)) $aArrayTmp = StringSplit($sHold, $vDelim, 1) ;Split the string into an array Return $aArrayTmp ;SmOke_N's version used to Return SetError(0, 0, 0) EndIf Return SetError(2, 0, 0) ;If the script gets this far, it has failed EndFunc ;==>_ArrayUnique
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