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I asked a question today about StringRegExp(). Now this works, but i have a problem. I do this multiple times and i need to store all these requests in one array. I have a little idea what the size will be, but its better if i have an array with the correct amount of entries instead of some empty entries right? now after each add the array redims and its not a good solution. My code:

dim $i,$currentsize,$newsize,$totallinks[1],$links[0]
local $links[2]=StringRegExp($hResponse,"(?:link.asp\?id=)(\d+)",3)
_ArrayConcatenate($totallinks, $links)
Until ($currentsize=$newsize)

now $totallinks should contain all the links? don't worry about my function getresponse(), it just gets a new html string with data for every $i.

Edited by cageman

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You can't have an array of zero elements: $links[0].

Maybe something like this?...

Dim $i, $currentsize, $newsize, $totallinks[1], $links[1]

    $i = $i + 1
    $hResponse = getresponse($i)
    $currentsize = UBound($links)
    _ArrayAdd($links, StringRegExp($hResponse, "(?:link.asp\?id=)(\d+)", 3))
    $newsize = UBound($players)
    _ArrayConcatenate($totallinks, $links)
Until ($currentsize = $newsize)

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