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Multidimension array issue

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I have created a multi dimension array $data[11][3] and I can get the item to display in a the GUI and populate checkboxes but I want the 2 item of the array to be read and if it's 1 then load the checkbox if not then skip that item can anyone let me know where or what I am doing wrong?

Func _CreateApplications()
#cs
  $data[x][1] = Name
  $data[x][2] = Install | Not Install
  $data[x][3] = Checked | Not Checked
  $data[x][4] = Tooltip
#ce
$data[0][0] = "Test"
$data[0][1] = 1
$data[0][2] = 0
$data[0][3] = "Test"

$data[1][0] = "Test 1"
$data[1][1] = 0
$data[1][2] = 0
$data[1][3] = "Test 1"

$data[2][0] = "Test 2"
$data[2][1] = 0
$data[2][2] = 0
$data[2][3] = "Test 2"

$data[3][0] = "Test 3"
$data[3][1] = 0
$data[3][2] = 0
$data[3][3] = "Test 3"

$data[4][0] = "Test 4"
$data[4][1] = 0
$data[4][2] = 0
$data[4][3] = "Test 4"

For $i = 0 To UBound($data, 1) - 1
  For $j = 0 To UBound ($data,2) - 1
   If $data[0][$j] = 1 Then
    For $k = 0 To UBound($data,1) - 1
     $dataCB[$k] = GUICtrlCreateCheckbox($data[$k][0], 50, (20 * $k) + 138, 300, 20)
    Next
   EndIf
  Next
Next
GUISetState()
EndFunc

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ondrovic,

You were overly complicating it. See the following code.

_CreateApplications()

Func _CreateApplications()
#cs
  $data[x][1] = Name
  $data[x][2] = Install | Not Install
  $data[x][3] = Checked | Not Checked
  $data[x][4] = Tooltip
#ce

local $data[10][4]

$data[0][0] = "Test"
$data[0][1] = 1
$data[0][2] = 0
$data[0][3] = "Test"

$data[1][0] = "Test 1"
$data[1][1] = 0
$data[1][2] = 0
$data[1][3] = "Test 1"

$data[2][0] = "Test 2"
$data[2][1] = 0
$data[2][2] = 0
$data[2][3] = "Test 2"

$data[3][0] = "Test 3"
$data[3][1] = 3
$data[3][2] = 0
$data[3][3] = "Test 3"

$data[4][0] = "Test 4"
$data[4][1] = 0
$data[4][2] = 0
$data[4][3] = "Test 4"

For $i = 0 To UBound($data, 1) - 1
   If $data[$i][1] <> 0  Then
     ConsoleWrite('Hit at row = ' & $i & @LF)
   EndIf
Next
EndFunc

Also, you will find it easier to get help if you post runnable code.

kylomas

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

ondrovic,

You were overly complicating it. See the following code.

_CreateApplications()

Func _CreateApplications()
#cs
$data[x][1] = Name
$data[x][2] = Install | Not Install
$data[x][3] = Checked | Not Checked
$data[x][4] = Tooltip
#ce

local $data[10][4]

$data[0][0] = "Test"
$data[0][1] = 1
$data[0][2] = 0
$data[0][3] = "Test"

$data[1][0] = "Test 1"
$data[1][1] = 0
$data[1][2] = 0
$data[1][3] = "Test 1"

$data[2][0] = "Test 2"
$data[2][1] = 0
$data[2][2] = 0
$data[2][3] = "Test 2"

$data[3][0] = "Test 3"
$data[3][1] = 3
$data[3][2] = 0
$data[3][3] = "Test 3"

$data[4][0] = "Test 4"
$data[4][1] = 0
$data[4][2] = 0
$data[4][3] = "Test 4"

For $i = 0 To UBound($data, 1) - 1
If $data[$i][1] <> 0 Then
     ConsoleWrite('Hit at row = ' & $i & @LF)
EndIf
Next
EndFunc

Also, you will find it easier to get help if you post runnable code.

kylomas

Thanks and will do from now on :-)

Work great

Edited by ondrovic

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