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This should seem obvious, but it isnt working.

I have an array of 900 lines, and I used,

Dim $clipArray

$replaced = <<text file>>

_FileReadToArray ($replaced, $clipArray)

ClipPut ($clipArray)

I check the clipboard and it shows - "$clipArray"

What am I doing wrong?

Or is this not possible?

I did search the forums and the help file, but no answers :|

Any advice would be appreciated!

Thanks ;)

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I think you need to read the array and save it to a variable.

Local $max = 100
Local $array[$max]
For $i = 0 To $max - 1 ;fill the array
    $array[$i] = "Line" & $i

Local $string
For $i = 0 To $max - 1 ;save the content to a string
    $string &= $array[$i] & @CRLF




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Thanks for the reply, yes I figured that one would have to manually fill the clipboard this way. But it would seem intuitive if there was at least a UDF which would have a single line function call to use ;)

If there is a function for things like "read array from file" & vice-versa, this would be on those lines.

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