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_arrayadd in 2D Array

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Hi, I have this code:

dim $Global_Array[500][3]
for $i = 0 to UBound(ID_Names)-1

[...]
    $Name_Search= _StringBetween($temp_file,'id="_units_','"',-1)
    $Number_Search =_StringBetween($filetrunk[0],'"place_unit_">',"<",-1)
    dim $Name_Number_Search[UBound($Name_Search)][3]
    for $k = 0 to UBound($Name_Search)-1
        $Name_Number_Search[$k][0]=$ID_Names[$i][0]
        $Name_Number_Search[$k][1]=$Name_Search[$k]
        $Name_Number_Search[$k][2]=$Number_Search[$k]
    Next
    $Global_Array[$k][0] = $ArmyName_Number_Search[$k][0]
        $Global_Array[$k][1] = $ArmyName_Number_Search[$k][1]
        $Global_Array[$k][2] = $ArmyName_Number_Search[$k][2]
Next
_ArrayDisplay($Global_Array)

I suppose adding datas to this array it doesn't work.

What I need to do, since there is the "For $i" cycle that reset the vars, is to add the value found in the inner For cycle to a global 2D Array.

I.E.

$Global_Array[0][0] = $Name_Number_Search[0][0]
$Global_Array[0][1] = $Name_Number_Search[0][1]
$Global_Array[0][2] = $Name_Number_Search[0][2]

and after first cycle

$Global_Array[1][0] = $Name_Number_Search[0][0]
$Global_Array[1][1] = $Name_Number_Search[0][1]
$Global_Array[1][2] = $Name_Number_Search[0][2]

and so on..

How can I do it?

Thanks a lot,

Marco

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

arrayAdd works on 1D array only, use something like

$Global_Array[$k] = _ArrayAdd(...)

It's not the best solution because it's not recommended to add arrays into array, so try to figure out a better solution

Edited by trung0407

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

I'm not quite sure what you are trying to do. If your array is too small to hold the data, you can resize it using ReDim. If you wish to have an array inside another array, instead add more dimensions, or alternatively you can represent arrays as strings with delimeters, which can later be expanded using StringSplit.

Edited by czardas

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Both previous posts are correct. Nested Arrays are not a great idea, even though it can be done and there are indeed examples of it in the help file, they can be treacherous to work with and invariably require extra checking in the script.

ReDim is too slow so I don't recommend that method at all. Delimited strings fit the bill but, if you have your data already in an array, don't loop it to create an array. Simply use _ArrayToString() and make sure the specified delimiter is not the same as the delimiter you are using for your main array.


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