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i have a script that extract the second caracter from specific phrase

$aUser = StringSplit($sText, " ")
$status = $aUser[2]
 
but sometime there are no $aUser[2] and thats get an error
$status = $aUser[2]
$status = ^ ERROR
 
and i have to restart script manual each time
 
It is possible to pass this kind of error?
I need the script to run NON STOP without interrupting it on error

 

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The help file is your friend :)

On success StringSplit returns an array with element 0 set to the number of elements. Else @error is set to 1.

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