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can i use multiple variable in one

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$I = $O or $P or $I or $L

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I believe what you're referring to is something called an array, it would be set up like:

Global $array[3] = ["Sally", "Bill", "Joe"]

with something like this, you have the single variable "$array", which contains multiple things, so, $array[0] will be the string "Sally", $array[1] will be "Bill", and $array[2] will be "Joe".


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can i use multiple variable in one

like

$I = $O or $P or $I or $L

Not quite, but I'm not sure what you were imagining. Many values are made up of several individual values and what you are asking for is actually quite common.

As an example, suppose for simplicity the possible values of $O, $P, $I and $L are all the same at 0 to 99.

Then another variable $X could contain all those values like this

$X = $O + 200*$P + 10000* $I + 1000000* $L

From the value of $X you can work out the value of any of the others.

To actually use a boolean Or operation to get the combined value you would need to ensure that there was no overlap in the bit values

$X = BitOr($O + 2^8*$P + 2^16* $I + 2^24* $L)

though by now I might have stopped making sense :mellow:


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Well, you could try... Why do you need to do this? So I could point you in the right direction.


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Wow you totally lost me on that one lol...

Also, I dont think I understood what his question was :S


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@name15:

Not confused enough yet? Don't forget DLL structs and associative arrays (scripting dictionaries).

:mellow:

All seriousness aside, the question is too vague to answer effectively.

:(


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