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How do i do to log variables into a file in this order?? I know I have to use FileWriteLine() and probably FileSetPos(), but no much more!..

//(1)(5) (9)(13)(17)(21)(25)(29)(33)(37)
//(2)(6)(10)(14)(18)(22)(26)(30)(34)(38)
//(3)(7)(11)(15)(19)(23)(27)(31)(35)(39)
//(4)(8)(12)(16)(20)(24)(28)(32)(36)(40)

Thx for your help!

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Hi, do you have simply 1 count variable? Or 40 variables with real data? Are the values in one array variable? Do you want to print the brackets and slashes too? :)

Please post your attempt, it not only shows initiative, it often complements your explanation ;)

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Hi, do you have simply 1 count variable? Or 40 variables with real data? Are the values in one array variable? Do you want to print the brackets and slashes too? :)

Please post your attempt, it not only shows initiative, it often complements your explanation ;)

Sorry, it was late when i posted... ;)

The brackets and slashes was for the exemple...The $variables are retreived from a board of variables by memory detection and are converted in Bin....

Here's what i've done until now but i've no idea on how to do the logging loop i want....

Func _Retreive_Val()
    BlockInput(1)
    Local $BOARD_VAL
    $Line = 0
    $Column = 0
    $Y_ = 330
    $X_ = 430

    MOUSEMOVE(432, 328)
    For $X = 0 To 9
        $Column = $Column + 1
        For $Y = 0 To 2
            $Line = $Line + 1
            $_PTR = _GETPTR_SELVAL($MEM_HANDLE, $KERNEL32)
            ConsoleWrite("$_PTR = " & $_PTR & @CRLF)
            If $_PTR <> 0 Then
                $BOARD_VAL = 1
            Else
                $BOARD_VAL = 0
            EndIf


            $Y_ += 26
            MOUSEMOVE($X_, $Y_)
        Next
        $Line = 4
        $_PTR = _GETPTR_SELVAL($MEM_HANDLE, $KERNEL32)
        ConsoleWrite("$_PTR = " & $_PTR & @CRLF)
        If $_PTR <> 0 Then
            $$BOARD_VAL = 1
        Else
            $$BOARD_VAL = 0
        EndIf


        $X_ += 30
        $Y_ = 330
        $Line = 0
        MOUSEMOVE($X_, $Y_)
        Sleep(60)
    Next
        BlockInput(0)
        Exit
EndFunc
Edited by cesars77
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I can't run your script so I can't test it, perhaps you can make a small runnable attempt of the type of logging you want. Which variables do you want to log? And which is your counter variable?

I understand you want to make something like you posted above, but which would be the first and second variable and so on from your snippet?

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Ok, lets make this a bit simpler :)

Rather than trying to log the values, for now, just try adding them to an array in the order that you receive them, so we can get an idea of the values you want, and their initial order, then, from this array, we can show you how to log those values in the format you like ;)

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Ok, lets make this a bit simpler :)

Rather than trying to log the values, for now, just try adding them to an array in the order that you receive them, so we can get an idea of the values you want, and their initial order, then, from this array, we can show you how to log those values in the format you like ;)

Much thx! I didn't tought to add them in an array...I figured out for the rest... ;)

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