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Multiple errors when I press CTRL + F5 to test my script

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Ok Im working on what would be considered a simple script but for the life of me I cannot figure out why I keep getting errors.

I have tried everyway I can think of to resolve them and now I turn to you all for assistance.

This is the errorI get from the 2 below

ERROR: syntax error

Global $Location[1.1] = (

This is what Im working on so far

Global $Clientwidth = 1158
Global $Clientheight = 892
Global $pause = 0
Global $Mousespeed = 0
Global $Location[1.1] = 100, 378
Global $Location[1.2] = 100, 397
Global $Location[2.1] = 100, 416
Global $Location[2.2] = 100, 435
Global $Location[3.1] = 100, 455
Global $Location[3.2] = 100, 473
Global $Location[4.1] = 100, 493
Global $Location[4.2] = 100, 512
Global $Location[5.1] = 100, 531
Global $Location[5.2] = 100, 550
Global $Pixel = 0x050505

I have tried it like this and like below

Global $Clientwidth = 1158
Global $Clientheight = 892
Global $pause = 0
Global $Mousespeed = 0
Global $Location[1.1] = (100, 378)
Global $Location[1.2] = (100, 397)
Global $Location[2.1] = (100, 416)
Global $Location[2.2] = (100, 435)
Global $Location[3.1] = (100, 455)
Global $Location[3.2] = (100, 473)
Global $Location[4.1] = (100, 493)
Global $Location[4.2] = (100, 512)
Global $Location[5.1] = (100, 531)
Global $Location[5.2] = (100, 550)
Global $Pixel = 0x050505

Also I have been working on a Pause / Terminate function that works just fine on one script that I wrote but will not work on another script even though I copied and pasted it.

HotKeySet("{Pause}", "Pause")
HotKeySet("{Esc}", "Terminate")

I think Im doing it correctly but I keep getting an error ERROR: Terminate(): undefined function.

HotKeySet("{Esc}", "Terminate") and ERROR: Pause(): undefined function.

HotKeySet("{Pause}", "Pause")

Func Pause()
    TrayTip("PAUSE", "The Script Has Been Paused", 3)
    If $pause = 1 Then
        $pause = 0
    Else
        $pause = 1
    EndIf
EndFunc   ;==>Pause

Func Terminate()
    Exit 0
EndFunc   ;==>Terminate

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You're not declaring arrays properly, read more about them in the help file. As far as the pause function goes, I'm not quite sure.


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#include <Array.au3>
Dim $Grid[5][2]=[ _
    [100, 378], _
    [100, 397], _
    [100, 416], _
    [100, 435], _
    [100, 455] _
]

_ArrayDisplay($Grid)

for pause and terminate pls post whall the script that have that error so that we can test it and see where is the problem


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Is that supposed to be an array? What an abomination. You should really read the helpfile. Or in the case of arrays, the wiki. Array Tutorial.

Thank you for the constructive criticism but it is not an array. They are cords for a mouse to move along.

If you have any children may god help them.

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Thank you for the constructive criticism but it is not an array. They are cords for a mouse to move along.

If you have any children may god help them.

If it's not an array and not a variable then what the hell are you doing? I feel sorry for your parents.

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If it's not an array and not a variable then what the hell are you doing? I feel sorry for your parents.

Dude if you feel the need to be a pompus ass then fine please do so on others. Last I checked this was posted to the "general help and support" forum not the "pompus jack ass" forum. Please forgive me if I read that wrong.

If this is the kind of treatment you give people then it's no wonder as to why people leave here after a short time, as far as help is concerned I will gladly find it else where thank you all for your time.

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

Dude if you feel the need to be a pompus ass then fine please do so on others. Last I checked this was posted to the "general help and support" forum not the "pompus jack ass" forum. Please forgive me if I read that wrong.

If this is the kind of treatment you give people then it's no wonder as to why people leave here after a short time, as far as help is concerned I will gladly find it else where thank you all for your time.

I asked if it is an array. How can that be a crime? I told you to read the tutorial if it is. What's wrong with that?

If you understood arrays then you too would know that it's an abomination, so it's only the truth. You can't handle the truth?

And if that's not enough, YOU started the personal attacks.

You could have read the tutorial, learned arrays and walk on, but no, you ride around on your high horse and attacks everyone that gives you a friendly advice.

You seriously need to learn how to handle a bit of criticism.

Edited by AdmiralAlkex

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You should always look up the language reference before you even think of coding something in another programming language. That's common sense.

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