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Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded

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Hi all, I'm a newbee here, and I have a little problem with my program:

The problem occurs in line 69 and 70, if I make the only the line 69 work, it works. If I make line 70 work together with line 69, it says Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded, even they are the copy of each other! And I've tried my best but I could not figure it out!

Thanks for any reply ^^, and it's up to 200 lines both 2 files.

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Why do you have that line in there twice in the first place? I see no reason for it.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Welcolme to the forum !There is a problem in the g function

it want return a $temp[3] but UBound ( $temp ) -1 = 1

Func g($type,$currentUse, $num);
    $temp=StringSplit(d(IniRead(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_"&$type&".inv", $uID, $currentUse, "Error")), "#");
    ConsoleWrite ( "UBound ( $temp ) -1 : " & UBound ( $temp ) -1 & @Crlf )
    ConsoleWrite ( "$num : " & $num & @Crlf )
    Return $temp[$num];
EndFunc
Edited by wakillon

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Welcolme to the forum !There is a problem in the g function

it want return a $temp[3] but UBound ( $temp ) -1 = 1

Func g($type,$currentUse, $num);
    $temp=StringSplit(d(IniRead(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_"&$type&".inv", $uID, $currentUse, "Error")), "#");
    ConsoleWrite ( "UBound ( $temp ) -1 : " & UBound ( $temp ) -1 & @Crlf )
    ConsoleWrite ( "$num : " & $num & @Crlf )
    Return $temp[$num];
EndFunc

Hi bro, fist, thanks for your help.

I've tried, and it make another error:

UBound ( $temp ) -1 : 9

$num : 3

UBound ( $temp ) -1 : 9

$num : 3

UBound ( $temp ) -1 : 9

$num : 3

UBound ( $temp ) -1 : 9

$num : 3

UBound ( $temp ) -1 : 9

$num : 3

UBound ( $temp ) -1 : 9

$num : 3

UBound ( $temp ) -1 : 9

$num : 3

UBound ( $temp ) -1 : 1

$num : 4

C:\Users\Guest\Desktop\Work\TBG.au3 (46) : ==> Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.:

Return $temp[$num]

Return ^ ERROR

Could you please help me figure it out!

Thanks in advanced!


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Rewrite your code by splitting multi compound code lines into there separate parts.

So you can debug (ConsoleWrite) the process better.

$temp=StringSplit(d(IniRead(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_"&$type&".inv", $uID, $currentUse, "Error")), "#")

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Rewrite your code by splitting multi compound code lines into there separate parts.

So you can debug (ConsoleWrite) the process better.

$temp=StringSplit(d(IniRead(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_"&$type&".inv", $uID, $currentUse, "Error")), "#")

Hi bro, I don't get what you mean, that line works ;)

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"I've tried, and it make another error:"

You main its not that g() function thats giving you a additional problem?

In that case, my bad.


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I can't still figure it out T__T, its 2 days already...


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I never know array can be written this way in Autoit.. $t['ck'].. Sorry, I can't help... for the moment. I will take a look at your code later, see if I can figure out what's the problem.


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Another game automation case - obvious enough when you look into attached files:

IniWrite(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_vk.inv", $fID, 1, e("b.jpg#Stone Hammer#25#5#5#5#5#0#50"));

IniWrite(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_kh.inv", $fID, 1, e("nud.jpg#Wooden Shield#5#10#5#5#5#2#0"));

IniWrite(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_ar.inv", $fID, 1, e("nud.jpg#Wooden Armor#5#10#5#5#5#2#0"));

IniWrite(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_hm.inv", $fID, 1, e("nud.jpg#Wooden Helmet#5#10#5#5#5#2#0"));

IniWrite(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_r1.inv", $fID, 1, e("nud.jpg#Ring of Luck#5#5#5#10#5#0#0"));

IniWrite(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_r2.inv", $fID, 1, e("nud.jpg#Ring of Intelligence#5#5#5#5#10#0#0"));

IniWrite(@ScriptDir&"\dsm\inv_aml.inv", $fID, 1, e("nud.jpg#Pendent of power#10#5#5#5#10#0#0"));

You might be aware that game automation is not tolerated here - if you didn't know - read the enouncement http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showannouncement=12&f=2 ...

But I have a "gut feeling" that you already knew about that ...


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