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Muffy1979

Declare consecutive Global variables is there an easy way?

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Hi

I need to find a way of declaring approx 200+ consecutive variables in a simpler way than typing them all individually like I have at present (110 so far ;) ) eg...

global $checkbox1, $checkbox2, $checkbox3 ;etc etc etc

I know this is not what is correct but is the only way I can think of doing it (to no avail), apologies for my lack of knowledge have only been using autoit for the last 3 days, I cannot find anything in the help files or on the forum for this.

$x=0
For $y = 1 to 200
$x = $x+1
Global $Checkbox&$x
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Edited by Muffy1979

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I have already looked at The global array function and cannot work it out.....

I cannot workout the $array[subscript 1]...[subscript n] [ = initializer ]

what values would these need to be set at if I wanted $Checkbox1 to $Checkbox200 I have tried

Global $Checkbox[1][200]

but this does not work as I said I am new to autoit and have not worked out the terminology quite yet

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Global $Checkbox[200]
For $I = 0 to 199 ;~ Arrays are zero based
       $Checkbox[$I] = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox ( "text", 10, 10 * $I) ;~ Just an example of how to use the variable
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