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#include <array.au3>

Local $i
Local $Reward[7],$oTemp[7]
For $i = 1  To 2

;FindPicE is a function from a Dll called dmsoft,Its returned value such as (No.|intX|intY) to sign out a picture in windows.

$Reward[$i] = $dm.FindPicE(0, 0, 1600, 900, 'Reward'&$i&'.bmp', "000000", 0.5, 0)
$oTemp[$i]  = StringSplit($Reward[$i],"|",3)



  The  $oTemp[$i][1] is Dyadic array,But What I wanna to get is unary array.


  How can I make it ???

  I've tried to Local $oTemp[7][3] but i'm failed :

Edited by flyingmarsii

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First, welcome to the AutoIt forums. :)

Given the hits I get when looking for "dmsoft" and "FindPicE", together with the use of "Reward" in your script, I suggest you read the Forum rules (there is also a link at bottom right of each page) before you post again. ;)

As to your specific problem: there is no need to pre-declare a size for $oTemp, it is automatically sized by the StringSplit function. :)


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