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Subscript Used with a non-array variable

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hello there , i made a script that read urls from a file randomly , after compiling it works perfectly , here is the script

#include
#include
func lolwut()
$CLEARID = "255"
local $file="urls.txt"
Local $url
_FileReadToArray($file,$url)

For $i = UBound($url) - 1 To 1 Step -1
$j = Random(1, $i, 1)
$Temp = $url[$j]
$url[$j] = $url[$i]
$url[$i] = $Temp
Next
_ArrayDelete($url, 1)
$c=Random(2,4,1)
For $x = 0 To $c
MsgBox(0,0,$url[$x])
Next

EndFunc

_lolwut()

however if i run from another script i.e:

Run("d.exe" , @TempDir, @SW_SHOW,0x10000)

i get the "Subscript Used with a non-array variable" error , what's wrong ?

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d4rkdz,

At a guess the script cannot find the file. You are setting the @WorkingDir to @TempDir with the Run command - I imagine the file is in @ScriptDir. Try using:

local $file = @ScriptDir & "urls.txt"

assuming that is where the file is - just adjust the path to fit your actual case. :)

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You try to access an "array" which isn't an array.

As you access the "array" after _FileReadToArray I would suggest you make sure the function has run without errors. If an error occurred don't try to access the array because there is none.

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d4rkdz,

At a guess the script cannot find the file. You are setting the @WorkingDir to @TempDir with the Run command - I imagine the file is in @ScriptDir. Try using:

local $file = @ScriptDir & "\urls.txt"

assuming that is where the file is - just adjust the path to fit your actual case. :)

M23

thx it's working , another question if i may :

my script do clear internet explorer history/cache after anytime time it does visit a url (because pages won't show up correctly sometimes) using this line :

Run("RunDll32.exe InetCpl.cpl,ClearMyTracksByProcess 255","",@SW_hide )

however this may be annoying because the removing bar keeps showing up everytime , isn't there a way to run in it silently or in background ? i am on win7

thanks for the help

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