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Multiple number input from user

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InunoTaishou

Trying to get 4 different numbers from the user, finally realize all
$inpFourth = GUICtrlCreateInput("Fourth", 130, 70, 81, 20, $ES_Number)
is doing is giving me what value these CreateInput is, not the value I put in the box
 
 

$inpFirst = GUICtrlCreateInput("First", 25, 40, 81, 20, $ES_Number)
$inpSecond = GUICtrlCreateInput("Second", 130, 40, 81, 20, $ES_Number)
$inpThird = GUICtrlCreateInput("Third", 25, 70, 81, 20, $ES_Number)
$inpFourth = GUICtrlCreateInput("Fourth", 130, 70, 81, 20, $ES_Number)

So I need the user to put in four values, one in each input, and the script can pull the #s from that input and do the calculations I need. If that makes sense...

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ghost11996

Hi InunoTaishou

GUICtrlCreateInput return Success value is the controlID of the control input

If you want to read the values in the GUICtrlCreateInput, You need to use a function call GUICtrlRead : https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/functions/GUICtrlRead.htm

$InputValue1 = GUICtrlRead($inpFirst)
$InputValue2 = GUICtrlRead($inpSecond)
$InputValue3 = GUICtrlRead($inpThird)
$InputValue4 = GUICtrlRead($inpFourth)
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InunoTaishou

 

Hi InunoTaishou

GUICtrlCreateInput return Success value is the controlID of the control input

If you want to read the values in the GUICtrlCreateInput, You need to use a function call GUICtrlRead : https://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/docs/functions/GUICtrlRead.htm

$InputValue1 = GUICtrlRead($inpFirst)
$InputValue2 = GUICtrlRead($inpSecond)
$InputValue3 = GUICtrlRead($inpThird)
$InputValue4 = GUICtrlRead($inpFourth)

This was it, took me 3 hours to figure it out on my own.... I think I was putting GUICtrlRead() in the wrong spot or something cause I tried it multiple times... lol

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