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Range of Numbers - simple?

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I've looked pretty hard for this, maybe what I am searching for, or maybe how I am is wrong.

I need a simple way to use a range of numbers without having to type every number in the range.

Example of the scope of the range I need: 1 - 82315656

it is for reading a pixel color in decimal using PixelGetColor()

here is my attempt at a work around, there must be an easier way.

If Not($pixcolor < $hp20 - 5000000 or $pixcolor > $hp20 or $pixcolor = $hp20) then func()

I am just a basic MACROer so... i'm not very good at this :(

Thanks in advance!

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A Switch structure might be the thing you are looking for as it can test for (multiple) ranges:

Switch <expression>
    Case <value> [To <value>] [,<value> [To <value>] ...]

Looking at the range of numbers you are testing in your posted If statement:

0      $hp20 - 500000         $hp20        82315656
       |                      |
xxxxxxx                       xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

I think you could run the following Switch - it is a fair bit easier to understand :) :

Switch $pixcolor 
    Case $hp20 - 500000 To $hp20 - 1

I hope this helps. :(


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