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I want to write (multiple) variables into a .ini file, I just dont know how to do it, I got the following:

$jPos is the var

iniwrite( "map\Coordinates.ini", "section", "Key", & $jPos )

Thanks in advance!

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iniwrite( "map\Coordinates.ini", "section", $i, & $jPos )


in a loop, the key will increment by one placing the new value of $jPos into a new key :)



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You should drop the "&" before the $jPos though.

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Thx for the reply, that solves the keys, but I still need to write the varables. What do you suggest?

This is my whole code:


global $aPos
global $jPos
global $hPos
global $gPos
global $fPos
global $dPos
global $sPos

While 1     

Func aPos()     
    $aPos = MouseGetPos()   

Func sPos()     
    $sPos = MouseGetPos()   

Func dPos()     
    $dPos = MouseGetPos()   

Func fPos()     
    $fPos = MouseGetPos()   

Func gPos()     
    $gPos = MouseGetPos()   


Func hPos()     
    $hPos = MouseGetPos()   

Func jPos()     
    $jPos = MouseGetPos()   


Func kPos()     
    iniwrite( "map\Coordinates and Pixel grabber\Coordinates.ini", "section", $i,  $jPos )

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