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TEST={

[1]={

[1] = 0,

[2] = 111111,

[3] = 468316,

[4] = 20

},

[2]={

[1] = 0,

[2] = 111112,

[3] = 902813,

[4] = 20

},

[3]={

[1] = 0,

[2] = 111113,

[3] = 950454,

[4] = 20

},

[4]={

[1] = 0,

[2] = 111114,

[3] = 769347,

[4] = 20

}

}

how can i get value like

[1] = 0,

[2] = 111111,

[3] = 468316,

[4] = 20

tks for help.

Edited by thanh159
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What language are you trying to use, because that isn't how it's done in AutoIt?

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You have to be more precise how your array should look like.

I assume this is the one you are showing in your example:

Global $aTest[4][4] = [ [0, 111111, 468316, 20], _
                        [0, 111112, 902813, 20], _
                        [0, 111113, 950454, 20], _
                        [0, 111114, 769347, 20]]

For $i = 0 To 3
    ConsoleWrite("[" & $i & "] = " & $aTest[0][$i] & @LF)
Next

Br,

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A two-dimensional array would look like this in AutoIt:

Dim $aMyArray[4][4] = [[0, 111111, 468316, 20], [0, 111112, 902813, 20], [0, 111113, 950454, 20], [0, 111114, 769347, 20]]
MsgBox(4096, "Array Result", $aMyArray[0][0] & ", " & $aMyArray[0][1] & ", " & $aMyArray[0][2] & ", " & $aMyArray[0][3])

Edit: Looks like @UEZ beat me to it.

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Give this here a try:

$sLUA = FileRead(@ScriptDir & "LUA.txt")
$aLUA = StringRegExp($sLUA, "=s*(d+)", 3)
For $i = 0 To 3
    ConsoleWrite("[" & $i & "] = " & $aLUA[$i] & @LF)
Next

LUA.txt is the file with the content of 1st post.

Br,

UEZ

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