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Is it possible to use variable with iniread func?

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I am trying to use variable for the key in inifile with iniread function

$num = "2"
$record = IniRead ("1.ini", "func5", "init"&$num&"," & "dat")

Is it possible to use here variable?

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Sure.

Can you give an example of a key you want to use? Is there really a "," in the keyname?


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no, there is no. I am trying to use variable somehow, however, I am getting: Incorrect number of parameters in function call.:

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May be I am using syntaxis wrong?

Yes

Try:

$record = IniRead("1.ini", "func5", "init" & $num, "dat")

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