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hello everyone

I have this script that someone wrote for me (sorry can't remember who), and it was working fine, but it just stopped working? I get the following error:


D:\Scripts\try2work.au3 (109) : ==> Subscript used with non-Array variable.:

$aSplit = StringSplit($aArray[$sIPos], "GUID:", 1)

$aSplit = StringSplit($aArray^ ERROR


Here is the code:

$sFilePath = "c:\EngineConnect\LocalGUID.txt"

_FileReadToArray ($sFilePath, $aArray)

$sIPos = _ArraySearch ($aArray, "GUID:", 0, 0, 0, 1)

$aSplit = StringSplit($aArray[$sIPos], "GUID:", 1)

$sGUID = $aSplit[2]

What is a non-array variable?

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you shud ask the one who created it (forum have search button)


to provide the small script and LocalGUID.txt that can replicate problem so that we can see where the problem is.

What is a non-array variable?

$normalvar = "data1"

$arrayvar[0] = "data1"

$arrayvar[1] = "data2"


If IsArray($arrayvar) Then

do something


msgbox(0,"", "error something is wrong")


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It looks like your file does not exist.

Try to debug the script yourself - look at @error value after each line, if it is not 0 then something is wrong. The help file will be your friend.

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