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[Help] Loop problems.

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Here I'm, with a huge problem knocking my head, hope someone can help me with that.

This is the question within a sample script.

Global $a = 100
Global $b = 1
Global $c = 26
Global $t = Random(1000,4000)
While 1
Sleep($t)
WEnd

For $c = 26 to 25 step -1 then
Do
ControlClick($a,"","","left",1,0,0)
Until
$b = 0
Next
For $c = 25 to 24 step -1 then
Do
ControlClick($a,"","","left",1,0,0)
Until
$b = 0
Next
(?)
Send("100")

The question isn't that simple, When I reach 1 I want continue the loop but from the begin, the probably result will be a condition in the last loop -

If $c = 1 then
$c = 26
EndIf

It will result in a loop, right? I'm gonna add this "If" condition in the end of "Do...Until" expression.

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Bullet,

That code will never leave the first While...WEnd loop - although it is so syntactically flawed it would never run anyway! :)

I think you want to do this:

Global $a = 100
;Global $b = 1 ; Not required
;Global $c = 26 ; Not required
Global $t = Random(1000, 4000)

While 1
    
    ; Run this 26 times
    For $c = 1 To 26
        ; Click the control
        ControlClick($a, "", "", "left", 1, 0, 0)
        ; Sleep the random length of time
        Sleep($t)
    Next

    ; Send 100
    Send("100")
    
    ; And now we start all over again with another 26 ControlClicks
    
WEnd

Perhaps if you gave a little context we might be able to offer some better help. ;)

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Bullet,

That code will never leave the first While...WEnd loop - although it is so syntactically flawed it would never run anyway! :)

I think you want to do this:

Global $a = 100
;Global $b = 1 ; Not required
;Global $c = 26 ; Not required
Global $t = Random(1000, 4000)

While 1
    
    ; Run this 26 times
    For $c = 1 To 26
        ; Click the control
        ControlClick($a, "", "", "left", 1, 0, 0)
        ; Sleep the random length of time
        Sleep($t)
    Next

    ; Send 100
    Send("100")
    
    ; And now we start all over again with another 26 ControlClicks
    
WEnd

Perhaps if you gave a little context we might be able to offer some better help. ;)

M23

Dude, It doesn't fix my problem because my concept is wrong, but You gave me a very nice idea my mind is totally clear, thanks.

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