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You need to use the correct syntax for the Select...Case...EndSelect statement and you need to initialize you counter variable...

$Bah = 1
$Counter = 0
Select
    Case $Bah = 1
        $Counter = $Counter + 1
        GetInList()
EndSelect

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You need to use the correct syntax for the Select...Case...EndSelect statement and you need to initialize you counter variable...

$Bah = 1
$Counter = 0
Select
    Case $Bah = 1
        $Counter = $Counter + 1
        GetInList()
EndSelect

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O, i know about the Select,EndSelect... but i guess the error occurs because the variable is in the Select,EndSelect

You can do this:

$Var = 1

Select

------Case $var = 1

------------Msgbox(0,"","")

EndSelect

But not this:

Select

$Var = 1

------Case $var = 1

------------Msgbox(0,"","")

EndSelect

Right, i guess that's my problem..

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Correct. Select is only going to execute code conditionally based on the results of the subsequent case statements.

Please post more complete code examples in the future (preferably enough to execute stand-alone) and you're likely to get the answer you need the first time. Based on your base post, I could only guess that you hadn't even read the syntax of the Select statement.

Thanks,

Dale

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Please post more complete code examples in the future (preferably enough to execute stand-alone) and you're likely to get the answer you need the first time. 

Preach it, Brother.

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