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I have to change some configuration in a text file on near 1000 computer. this is my list for

I will search username in array. if username has in array I will use red area. How can I use red area when serch found it.

I am sorry for bad explain.

Display Name User Name LU Video

name0 surename0 T0056735 I129V273

name1 surname1 T0708054 I129V181


Local $avArray[289][2] = [ _

["T0056735" , "I129V273"] , _

["T0708054" , "I129V181"] , _


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If UserName is the first element of the array entry and you want to find the associated red value, you can do it like this:

#include <Array.au3>

Local $avArray[2][2] = [ _
["T0056735" , "I129V273"] , _
["T0708054" , "I129V181"]]

$sUserName = "T0708054"

$iIndex = _ArraySearch($avArray, $sUserName)

$sRedValue = $avArray[$iIndex][1]

ConsoleWrite($sRedValue & @CRLF)

Is that what you wanted? If not please try and explain again. :mellow:


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