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this code $%^& (listing items in an array)

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i have an array, and i want to show each variable in the array in a message box.

but i really dont think this is the best way to do this,

dim $var[10]
$var[0] = hi
$var[1] = hello
$var[2] = hey
$var[3] = howdy
$var[4] = hiya
$var[5] = yo
$var[6] = greetings
$var[7] = sup
$var[8] = dude
$var[9] = nice
msgbox(0,"test",$var[0] & " " & $var[1] & " " & $var[2] & " " & $var[3] & " " &_
$var[4] & " " & $var[5] & " " & $var[6] & " " & $var[7] & " " & $var[8] & " " &_
$var[9])

is there a command, or a way to display every variable in an array without listing each of them in the code like i have shown above?


Valik Note Added 19 October 2006 - 08:38 AMAdded to warn level I just plain don't like you.

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You can use the UDF: ArrayDisplay (included in the installation)

#include <Array.au3>

_ArrayDisplay ( $avArray, $sTitle )

(check the helpfile)

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i have an array, and i want to show each variable in the array in a message box.

...

is there a command, or a way to display every variable in an array without listing each of them in the code like i have shown above?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

See my _Array1Box() function:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=12720

It's an improvement on the _ArrayDisplay() function - it can display up to 4095 items of an array and can display 2d arrays as well.

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many ways to do it...

$var=stringsplit("hi|hello|hey|howdy|hiya|yo|greetings|sup|dude|nice","|")
$out=""
for $i=1 to $var[0]
$out=$out & $var[$i] & " "
next
msgbox(0,"test",$out)

; random greeting...
$ran=random(1,$var[0]+1)
msgbox(1,"greeting is",$var[$ran])

AutoIt3, the MACGYVER Pocket Knife for computers.

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