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Garrett19212

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Without being 100% on what you're trying to achieve, are you perhaps wanting this? --

dim $idle, $x[2]

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Alright no errors, one more quick question.

$idle, $n = $text

I tried using the way you did but turned out as an error.

How can i make $idle$n (for example) = $text

So if $n = 1

I want $idle1 = $text

Hope you understand what I mean.

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I think you might mean this:

$text = "My text"
$n = 1
assign("idle" & $n, $text)
msgBox(64, "$idle1", $idle1)

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Ok, got that, but im still confused.

How would i set $idle$x[2] = $i1

Assign($i1, $idle & $x[2])

Sleep(Number($i1)

I get this error

Assign($i1, $idle & $x[2])

Assign(Xi1, $idle & ^ERROR

Error: Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.

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If you want to create a variable called $idleZ where Z is the content of $x[2] then try this:

Assign("idle" & $x[2], $i1)

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