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Can i give a value to a variable by using Execute()?

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How i can do this?

$a = 2
Execute('$A_'&$a&' = 2')

thanks for replyes

Edited by Davide9

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I am sure your code must be giving all kinds of errors even on the simple MSGBOX() ...right?

Use Assign() in stead of Execute()


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You do not use Execute, you use Assign & Eval like this: :)

$a = 2
Assign('A_' & $a,  2)
MsgBox(0, "", Eval('A_' & $a))
But this is not good practice - please explain what you are trying to do as there is almost certainly a better way. ;)


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