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I would like to create multiple function for example

something like this

;I have a number = $number

Funcion1 
Funcion2
Funcion3
Funcion4
Funcion5
Funcion6



If $number = Bellow 100 then Funcion1
If $number = Bellow 200 then Funcion2
If $number = Bellow 300 then Funcion3
If $number = Bellow 400 then Funcion4
If $number = Bellow 500 then Funcion5
If $number = Above 600 then Funcion6

I think this is pretty easy and im very close but im not familiar with this

so could somebody please help me.

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Arclite86,

Look at Switch or Select - these conditional structures can do what you want. :)

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Local $number = 10


Select
    Case $number <= 100
        Function1()
    Case $number <= 200 > 100
        Function2()
    Case $number <= 300 > 200
        Function3()
    Case $number <= 400 > 300
        Function4()
    Case $number <= 500 > 400
        Function5()
    Case $number >= 600
        Function6()
EndSelect


Func Function1()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function2()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function3()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function4()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function5()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function6()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

something like this?

EDIT: see, you still have it ;)

Edited by MikahS

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Local $number = 10


Select
    Case $number <= 100
        Function1()
    Case $number <= 200 > 100
        Function2()
    Case $number <= 300 > 200
        Function3()
    Case $number <= 400 > 300
        Function4()
    Case $number <= 500 > 400
        Function5()
    Case $number >= 600
        Function6()
EndSelect


Func Function1()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function2()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function3()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function4()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function5()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

Func Function6()
    ; do stuff
EndFunc

something like this?

EDIT: see, you still have it ;)

 thank you that looks what i want but i have a question

I want to use this in a function 

Func counter()

Local $number = 10


Select

    Case $number <= 100
; do stuff
    Case $number <= 200 > 100
; do stuff
    Case $number <= 300 > 200
; do stuff
    Case $number <= 400 > 300
; do stuff
    Case $number <= 500 > 400
; do stuff
    Case $number >= 600
; do stuff
        

EndSelect

Endfunc

So is this also possible?

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Arclite86 - try it ;)


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Arclite86 - try it ;)


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

@MikahS

works nice  :)

Local $number = 250
 
Select
    Case $number <= 100
        Function1()
    Case $number <= 200 > 100
        Function2()
    Case $number <= 300 > 200
        Function3()
    Case $number <= 400 > 300
        Function4()
    Case Else
        Function5()
EndSelect
 
Func Function1()
    msgbox(0,"", "func1")
EndFunc
 
Func Function2()
    msgbox(0,"", "func2")
EndFunc
 
Func Function3()
    msgbox(0,"", "func3")
EndFunc
 
Func Function4()
    msgbox(0,"", "func4")
EndFunc
 
Func Function5()
    msgbox(0,"", "check your syntax")
EndFunc
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@MikahS

works nice  :)

Local $number = 250
 
Select
    Case $number <= 100
        Function1()
    Case $number <= 200 > 100
        Function2()
    Case $number <= 300 > 200
        Function3()
    Case $number <= 400 > 300
        Function4()
    Case Else
        Function5()
EndSelect
 
Func Function1()
    msgbox(0,"", "func1")
EndFunc
 
Func Function2()
    msgbox(0,"", "func2")
EndFunc
 
Func Function3()
    msgbox(0,"", "func3")
EndFunc
 
Func Function4()
    msgbox(0,"", "func4")
EndFunc
 
Func Function5()
    msgbox(0,"", "check your syntax")
EndFunc

Except your not looking for a number below 500, and your case else will catch this and tell you check your syntax even when its still a number ;)


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Another way to express this...

Local $number = 938

Switch $number
    Case 100 to 199
        Function1()
    Case 200 to 299
        Function2()
    Case 300 to 399
        Function3()
    Case 400 to 499
        Function4()
    Case 500 to 599
        Function5()
    Case 600 to 699
        Function6()
    case else
        ConsoleWrite('no function for number' & @CRLF)
Endswitch


Func Function1()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 1' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function2()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 2' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function3()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 3' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function4()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 4' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function5()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 5' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function6()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 6' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

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Or reverse thedirection.

Local $number = 938

Select
    Case $number > 599
        Function1()
    Case $number > 499
        Function2()
    Case $number > 399
        Function3()
    Case $number > 299
        Function4()
    Case $number > 199
        Function5()
    Case $number > 99
        Function6()
    Case else
        ConsoleWrite('no function for number' & @CRLF)
EndSelect


Func Function1()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 1' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function2()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 2' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function3()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 3' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function4()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 4' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function5()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 5' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Func Function6()
    ConsoleWrite('Func 6' & @CRLF)
EndFunc

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True masochist would do it like this:

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_AU3Check=n ; if you use AutoIt3Wrapper

Local $number = 251


$number <= 100 ? _
    Function1() : _
        $number <= 200 ? _
            Function2() : _
                $number <= 300 ? _
                    Function3() : _
                        $number <= 400 ? _
                            Function4() : _
                                Function5()

Func Function1()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func1")
EndFunc

Func Function2()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func2")
EndFunc

Func Function3()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func3")
EndFunc

Func Function4()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func4")
EndFunc

Func Function5()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func5")
EndFunc
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Here another variant:
 

$iNumber = 500
For $i = 100 To 700 Step 100
    If ($iNumber / $i) <= 1 Then
        Call("Func" & $i / 100)
        ExitLoop
    EndIf
Next

Func Func1()
    MsgBox(0, "Function1", "< 100")
EndFunc
Func Func2()
    MsgBox(0, "Function2", "> 100 to <= 200")
EndFunc
Func Func3()
    MsgBox(0, "Function3", "> 200 to <= 300")
EndFunc
Func Func4()
    MsgBox(0, "Function4", "> 300 to <= 400")
EndFunc
Func Func5()
    MsgBox(0, "Function5", "> 400 to <= 500")
EndFunc
Func Func6()
    MsgBox(0, "Function5", "> 500 to <= 600")
EndFunc
Func Func7()
    MsgBox(0, "Function6", ">= 600")
EndFunc

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variant of trancexx'

Local $number = 251
Local $aFunc = [Function1, Function2, Function3, Function4, Function5]
$val = $number <= 100 ? 0 : $number <= 200 ? 1 : $number <= 300 ? 2 : $number <= 400 ? 3 : 4

$aFunc[$val]()

Func Function1()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func1")
EndFunc

Func Function2()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func2")
EndFunc

Func Function3()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func3")
EndFunc

Func Function4()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func4")
EndFunc

Func Function5()
    MsgBox(0, "", "func5")
EndFunc
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variant of UEZ' variant

$number = 500
$number < 700 ? Call("Func" & Ceiling($number / 100)) : Msgbox(0,"", "off limit")

Func Func1()
    MsgBox(0, "Function1", "< 100")
EndFunc
Func Func2()
    MsgBox(0, "Function2", "> 100 to <= 200")
EndFunc
Func Func3()
    MsgBox(0, "Function3", "> 200 to <= 300")
EndFunc
Func Func4()
    MsgBox(0, "Function4", "> 300 to <= 400")
EndFunc
Func Func5()
    MsgBox(0, "Function5", "> 400 to <= 500")
EndFunc
Func Func6()
    MsgBox(0, "Function5", "> 500 to <= 600")
EndFunc
Func Func7()
    MsgBox(0, "Function6", ">= 600")
EndFunc

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@mikell: even shorter  :thumbsup:

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$i7b = number(14)


Select
    Case $i7b == 1
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 2
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 3
        MsgBox("Title", "test","Good!!!" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 14
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 26
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 80
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    
EndSelect

I want something like this: if $i7b is equal to (for example) 14 then MsgBox("Title", "test","Good!!!" ,5000)

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Nobody seems to have frown on this:

Local $number = 250
...
    Case $number <= 300 > 200

While this is valid syntax, the outcome differs from what the author intends.

This will evaluate as:

($number <= 300) > 200

that is

True > 200

giving

False

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$i7b = number(14)


Select
    Case $i7b == 1
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 2
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 3
        MsgBox("Title", "test","Good!!!" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 14
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 26
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    Case $i7b == 80
        MsgBox("Title", "test","not good" ,5000)
    
EndSelect

I want something like this: if $i7b is equal to (for example) 14 then MsgBox("Title", "test","Good!!!" ,5000)

im sorry i placed the MsgBox("Title", "test","Good!!!" ,5000)  bellow he wrong case

It works

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