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DriveGetFileSystem

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This is where a user inputs their drive, it then adds the :\ and get the filesystem. Here is the relevant code;

$driveletter = guictrlread($Input1)
$actualdrive = $driveletter & ":\"
$drivetype = DriveGetFileSystem($actualdrive)

and

case $Button2
    guictrlsetdata($Label1, $drivetype)

However it sets my label to be blank, can anyone help? thanks!

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omnomnom,

What you have posted works perfectly for me. What does the rest of your code look like?

For example, is $drivetype a Local variable so that there is nothing to display when you try? :idea:

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What about some more code, or trying to add some error checking?


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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

I found the problem. I was putting the $ data at the beginning just after the GUI, not in the case section.

Thanks anyway guys.

Is there any way to make a dropdown menu with the list of current available drives?

Edited by omnomnom

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