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I have two questions to do with _ArrayDisplay

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I have two questions to do with _ArrayDisplay :

1. I am having a proper displaying pipe separated strings using _ArrayDisplay.

Regardless of the value I assign to GUIDataSeparatorChar, _ArrayDisplay does not show strings that are pipe separated?

( GUIDataSeparatorChar : Define the character which delimits subitems in GUICtrlSetData. The default character is '|'. )

Here is the example:

#include <Array.au3>
 
Local $avArray[10]
 
$avArray[0] = "JPM | A"
$avArray[1] = "Holger | A"
$avArray[2] = "Jon | A"
$avArray[3] = "Larry | A"
$avArray[4] = "Jeremy | A"
$avArray[5] = "Valik | A"
$avArray[6] = "Cyberslug | A"
$avArray[7] = "Nutster | A"
$avArray[8] = "JdeB | A"
$avArray[9] = "Tylo | A"
 
_ArrayDisplay($avArray, "$avArray set manually 1D")
_ArrayDisplay($avArray, "$avArray set manually 1D transposed", -1, 1)
 
AutoItSetOption( "GUIDataSeparatorChar", '=' )
_ArrayDisplay($avArray, "$avArray set manually 1D")
_ArrayDisplay($avArray, "$avArray set manually 1D transposed", -1, 1)
AutoItSetOption( "GUIDataSeparatorChar", Default )

Here is the output:

[0]|JPM | A
[1]|Holger | A
[2]|Jon | A
[3]|Larry | A
[4]|Jeremy | A
[5]|Valik | A
[6]|Cyberslug | A
[7]|Nutster | A
[8]|JdeB | A
[9]|Tylo | A
 
[0]|JPM | A|Holger | A|Jon | A|Larry | A|Jeremy | A|Valik | A|Cyberslug | A|Nutster | A|JdeB | A|Tylo | A
 
[0]|JPM | A
[1]|Holger | A
[2]|Jon | A
[3]|Larry | A
[4]|Jeremy | A
[5]|Valik | A
[6]|Cyberslug | A
[7]|Nutster | A
[8]|JdeB | A
[9]|Tylo | A
 
[0]|JPM | A|Holger | A|Jon | A|Larry | A|Jeremy | A|Valik | A|Cyberslug | A|Nutster | A|JdeB | A|Tylo | A

As you can see, regardless of the

AutoItSetOption( "GUIDataSeparatorChar", '=' )
usage, the output does not differ!

Any help?

2. could I use something like this

AutoItSetOption( "GUIDataSeparatorChar", Chr( 1 ) )
( note the Chr( 1 ) which is a non printable character ) so that it does not supress output of any printable character?

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First: What version of AutoIt?

Look at the Parameters for _ArrayDisplay()

AutoItSetOption( "GUIDataSeparatorChar", '=' )
_ArrayDisplay($avArray, "$avArray", -1, 0, "=")

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First: What version of AutoIt?

Look at the Parameters for _ArrayDisplay()

AutoItSetOption( "GUIDataSeparatorChar", '=' )

I had a quick look at _ArrayDisplay code and see that if you don't specify the $sSeparator value, it init's it to "|"

That is why my code was "not working"

Thanks for the help!

I need to pass the $sSeparator value to what I was trying to set via 'GUIDataSeparatorChar'

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